Clean Streets

Closed 24 Sep 2012

Opened 28 Jun 2012

Results Updated 1 Feb 2017

The results of the Clean Streets consultation are available in the summary and full report below.

The results for the Dog Control Orders form the basis of a report going to SLDC Cabinet in December 2012.

The agenda and report for the Cabinet meeting being held on 12 December 2012, can be found on the SLDC website from the 3 December 2012.

The results for the Urinating in Public Byelaw will go to Full Council in the New Year.

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Overview

Complaints by the public to the council and police, show cleaner streets are a priority for South Lakeland residents.

The Clean Street consultation asks the public which Dog Control Orders they would like to see introduced giving South Lakeland District Council the power to deal with the most common problems associated with dogs, and if there is support for a public byelaw to give the Police the relevant power to take action in response to public urination and defecation in the street.

Using the results of the consultation the council can put the most suitable measures in place resulting in cleaner streets for all.

Why We Are Consulting

The results of the consultation will be used to decide if the public byelaw should be made and which Dog Control Orders are most suitable to deal with the problems reported in South Lakeland. These will form the report to SLDC Councillors in December 2012 for the approval to go forward.

The results of the consultation will also be put on the website and in South Lakeland News.

What Happens Next

The results of the consultation will be used to decide if the public byelaw should be made and which Dog Control Orders are most suitable to deal with the problems reported in South Lakeland. These will form the report to SLDC Councillors in December 2012 for the approval to go forward.

The results of the consultation will also be put on the website and in South Lakeland News.

Areas

  • Ambleside & Grasmere Ward
  • Arnside & Beetham Ward
  • Broughton Ward
  • Burneside Ward
  • Burton & Holme Ward
  • Cartmel & Grange West Ward
  • Coniston & Crake Valley Ward
  • Crooklands Ward
  • Grange North Ward
  • Grange South Ward
  • Hawkshead Ward
  • Holker Ward
  • Kendal Castle Ward
  • Kendal Far Cross Ward
  • Kendal Fell Ward
  • Kendal Heron Hill Ward
  • Kendal Highgate Ward
  • Kendal Kirkland Ward
  • Kendal Mintsfeet Ward
  • Kendal Nether Ward
  • Kendal Oxenholme & Natland Ward
  • Kendal Parks Ward
  • Kendal Romney Ward
  • Kendal Stonecross Ward
  • Kendal Strickland Ward
  • Kendal Underley Ward
  • Levens Ward
  • Low Furness Ward
  • Lyth Valley Ward
  • Mid Furness Ward
  • Milnthorpe Ward
  • Sedbergh and Kirkby Lonsdale Ward
  • South Lakeland
  • Staveley-in-Cartmel Ward
  • Staveley-in-Westmorland Ward
  • Ulverston Central Ward
  • Ulverston East Ward
  • Ulverston North Ward
  • Ulverston South Ward
  • Ulverston Town Ward
  • Ulverston West Ward
  • Whinfell Ward
  • Windermere Applethwaite & Troutbeck Ward
  • Windermere Applethwaite and Troutbeck Ward
  • Windermere Bowness North Ward
  • Windermere Bowness South Ward
  • Windermere Town Ward

Audiences

  • All residents
  • General public

Interests

  • Environmental health
  • Parks and open spaces
  • Health & well-being
  • General interest