A consultation on dog restrictions on beaches and promenades from 29 March to 18 April 2021

North Norfolk District Council is currently undertaking a consultation for our dog control orders currently in place along the district's beaches and promenades. This consultation also includes a district-wide order, which currently prohibits dog fouling across the entire district.

The Council is required to review each of our dog orders every three years. In 2018 the following orders were introduced to restrict dog fouling and other dog-related offences.

Dog Restrictions for Beaches and Promenades including maps and PSPOs

Location PSPOs Dog Exclusion and Dogs on Leads Orders Maps where dog restrictions apply
Bacton PDF PDF
Cromer PDF PDF
Mundesley PDF PDF
Overstrand PDF PDF
Sea Palling PDF PDF
Sheringham PDF PDF
Walcott PDF PDF
West Runton PDF PDF
Dog fouling district-wide (public land) PDF PDF

The orders expire on 1 May 2021, and the Council is recommending extending them for a further 3 years.

Under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (2014), the Council must undertake a period of consultation before implementing its decision.

Ways to respond

if you have any comments:

Email to: pspo-review@north-norfolk.gov.uk

Call: 01263 513811

Write to:

Environmental Protection Team
North Norfolk District Council
Holt Road
Cromer
NR27 9EN

The consultation period will be open from 29 March 2021 until 18 April 2021.