Grays PSPO Consultation

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Thurrock Council is considering re-applying and extending the current Public Space Protection Order which is due to expire on 31st March 2020. The Public Space Protection Order was initially introduced to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour caused by a minority of residents in the area. As the Order is about to expire, the Council is seeking views from residents in the Grays Thurrock and Grays Riverside wards and also views from local residents, businesses and other key stakeholders on this proposal and would appreciate your feedback.

There are a number of ways of providing your feedback and sharing your experience of anti social behaviour.

The survey will capture key details required for the PSPO application. You may also like to use the mapping tool to demonstrate where you have experienced the types of anti social behaviour by dragging and dropping the relevant pin onto the place on the map where this was experienced. You can also ask us a question via the 'Ask us a question' tab.

This consultation page is not for the reporting of crime but to gather evidence for a PSPO application. To report an incidence of crime please contact the Police on 101 or 999 in emergencies.


Thurrock Council is considering re-applying and extending the current Public Space Protection Order which is due to expire on 31st March 2020. The Public Space Protection Order was initially introduced to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour caused by a minority of residents in the area. As the Order is about to expire, the Council is seeking views from residents in the Grays Thurrock and Grays Riverside wards and also views from local residents, businesses and other key stakeholders on this proposal and would appreciate your feedback.

There are a number of ways of providing your feedback and sharing your experience of anti social behaviour.

The survey will capture key details required for the PSPO application. You may also like to use the mapping tool to demonstrate where you have experienced the types of anti social behaviour by dragging and dropping the relevant pin onto the place on the map where this was experienced. You can also ask us a question via the 'Ask us a question' tab.

This consultation page is not for the reporting of crime but to gather evidence for a PSPO application. To report an incidence of crime please contact the Police on 101 or 999 in emergencies.


  • Thurrock Council is considering re-applying and extending the current Public Space Protection Order which is due to expire on 31st March 2020. The Public Space Protection Order was initially introduced to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour caused by a minority of residents in the area. As the Order is about to expire, the Council is seeking views from residents in the Grays Thurrock and Grays Riverside wards and also views from local residents, businesses and other key stakeholders on this proposal and would appreciate your feedback.


    Thurrock Council is considering re-applying and extending the current Public Space Protection Order which is due to expire on 31st March 2020. The Public Space Protection Order was initially introduced to address street drinking and anti-social behaviour caused by a minority of residents in the area. As the Order is about to expire, the Council is seeking views from residents in the Grays Thurrock and Grays Riverside wards and also views from local residents, businesses and other key stakeholders on this proposal and would appreciate your feedback.


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