Dear Bury Metropolitan Borough Council,

I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter were issued?
b) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
c) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?
d) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92?
e) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
f) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A?
2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s59 how many PSPOs have been made?
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with the order?
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA, s68?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders in effect?
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders been challenged?
f) How many of these fines were unpaid?
3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices (CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s43 how many CPNs have been issued?
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been issued?
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of failing to comply with the order?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the CPNs?
e) How many fines remain unpaid?
If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year, parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

Yours faithfully,

Samantha Davey

Customer Contact Team, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Adult Services Freedom Of Information, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Samantha Davey

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
Reference - 6659

 

We confirm receipt of your email received by the Council on 28/07/2017 in
which you request the information below.

 

Your request is being dealt with under FOIA.

 

In accordance with FOIA you will receive a response within 20 working days
from the date we received your request for information. If this is not
possible, you will be advised accordingly.

 

Should you have any queries, please contact us on the email below.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Freedom of Information

Communities and Wellbeing

 

Bury Council, Department for Communities and Wellbeing

Performance and Intelligence

First Floor, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury, BL9 0EJ

 

Email:          [1][email address]

 

 

 

From: [email address]
[mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 28 July 2017 11:27
To: Adult Services Freedom Of Information
Subject: Freedom of Information Request Resources and
Regulation,Communities and Well Being

 

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Call details (Crm number): 2803444 Recorded: 28/07/2017 11:26:37

Name/Business: samantha davey
Address: 

Contact Number: , Mobile Phone: 

Email Address: [FOI #421456 email]

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Freedom of Information Request for Communities & Wellbeing

Teams selected: Commercial and Environment Health,Parks and
Countryside,Public Health
I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the
Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under
the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community
Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act
2014.
1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter
were issued?
b) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
c) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?
d) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92?
e) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
f) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A?
2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders
(PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s59 how many PSPOs have been made?
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with
the order?
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA,
s68?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders
in effect?
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders
been challenged?
f) How many of these fines were unpaid?
3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices
(CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s43 how many CPNs have been issued?
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been
issued?
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of
failing to comply with the order?

d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the
CPNs?
e) How many fines remain unpaid?
If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year,
parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council
does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

The request has been sent to the following departments: Resources and
Regulation,Communities and Well Being

If you have any further questions about this issue please ring 5353, or
Email [3][Bury Council request email] quoting the CRM reference
number. 

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Yours faithfully
Customer Contact Team
Bury Council

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Adult Services Freedom Of Information, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Ms. Davey

             

 

Request for Information - Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) - 6659

 

I write further to your e-mail received by the Council on 28^th July where
you made a request for information.

 

The Council’s response to your request is as follows;

 

I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the
Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under
the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community
Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act
2014.

1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter
were issued?  See attached excel spreadsheet ‘FPNs litter 2012-2016’
b) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?

See attached excel spreadsheet
c) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?

See attached excel spreadsheet
d) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92? None
e) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
None
f) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A? None

 

 

2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders
(PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s59 how many PSPOs have been made? None
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with
the order? N/A
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA,
s68? N/A
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders
in effect? N/A
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders
been challenged? N/A
f) How many of these fines were unpaid? N/A

3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices
(CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s43 how many CPNs have been issued?  15
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been
issued? 15
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
None
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of
failing to comply with the order? None
d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the
CPNs? None
e) How many fines remain unpaid? None

If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year,
parish [ we do not hold parish information] and type of litter offence
(e.g. car litter, etc). If the council does not have the data (mentioned
above) which body holds this data? Unknown

Please note: The supply of information in response to a Freedom of
Information request does not confer an automatic right to re-use the
information.  Under UK copyright law you can use any information supplied
for the purpose of private study and non-commercial research without
requiring permission.  Similarly, information supplied can also be re-used
for the purposes of news reporting.  An exception to this is photographs.

 

For other forms of re-use, for example publishing the information, you
would need the permissions of the organisation or the person who owns the
copyright.  In the case of information produced by government departments
and agencies you can re-use the information under the Open Government
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you will need to apply for permission.  For information how to obtain
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website at [2]www.ipo.gov.uk

 

For transparency purposes, it is now the Council's policy to advise on the
costs of dealing with each Freedom of Information request.  Please note
that to deal with this request it has cost the Council £62.50.

 

Should you have any queries regarding this, please contact me on 0161 253
5099

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

[3]Toms Signature

 

Tom Hoghton

Community Safety Manager

Community Safety Team

 

Freedom of Information

Communities and Wellbeing

 

Bury Council, Department for Communities and Wellbeing

Performance and Intelligence

First Floor, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury, BL9 0EJ

 

Email:          [4][email address]

 

 

 

From: [email address]
[mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 28 July 2017 11:27
To: Adult Services Freedom Of Information
Subject: Freedom of Information Request Resources and
Regulation,Communities and Well Being

 

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Call details (Crm number): 2803444 Recorded: 28/07/2017 11:26:37

Name/Business: samantha davey
Address: 

Contact Number: , Mobile Phone: 

Email Address: [FOI #421456 email]

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Freedom of Information Request for Communities & Wellbeing

Teams selected: Commercial and Environment Health,Parks and
Countryside,Public Health
I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the
Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under
the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community
Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act
2014.
1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter
were issued?
b) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
c) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?
d) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92?
e) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
f) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A?
2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders
(PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s59 how many PSPOs have been made?
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with
the order?
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA,
s68?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders
in effect?
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders
been challenged?
f) How many of these fines were unpaid?
3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices
(CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s43 how many CPNs have been issued?
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been
issued?
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of
failing to comply with the order?

d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the
CPNs?
e) How many fines remain unpaid?
If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year,
parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council
does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

The request has been sent to the following departments: Resources and
Regulation,Communities and Well Being

If you have any further questions about this issue please ring 5353, or
Email [6][Bury Council request email] quoting the CRM reference
number. 

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Yours faithfully
Customer Contact Team
Bury Council

Dear Adult Services Freedom Of Information,

I appreciate your response to my query. I was just wondering if you could re-send the information in an excel/word document? I tried to access the information but was unable to.

Many thanks for your help,

Samantha Davey

Adult Services Freedom Of Information, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Samantha Davey,

Please find attached a copy of the excel document embedded within the response.

Kind regards
Freedom of Information
Communities and Wellbeing

Bury Council, Department for Communities and Wellbeing
Performance and Intelligence
First Floor, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury, BL9 0EJ

Email:          [email address]

Dear Adult Services Freedom Of Information,

Thank you for your detailed response. I also asked about PSPOs and CPNs. Specifically, how many of each of these were issued (if any) in the last year?

Yours sincerely,

Samantha Davey

Adult Services Freedom Of Information, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council

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Dear Samantha Davey,

The information requested relating to PSPOs and CPNs has been highlighted in yellow for you in the response.

Kind regards
Freedom of Information
Communities and Wellbeing

Bury Council, Department for Communities and Wellbeing
Performance and Intelligence
First Floor, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury, BL9 0EJ

Email:          [email address]

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