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1. Dogs (PSPO): Banstead and surrounding villages

This page sets out the Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) regarding how dogs' behaviour is regulated in parks and open spaces in and around Banstead and surrounding villages in the north of the borough. Where a person responsible for a dog does not follow the requirements of the PSPO/s, the council may issue them with a fixed penalty notice of £80 or, ultimately they may be prosecuted with a maximum £1,000 penalty on conviction.

The parks and open spaces are listed in alphabetical order. This page includes parks and open spaces in Banstead, Burgh Heath, Chipstead, Hooley, Kingswood, Tadworth Walton on the Hill and Woodmansterne.

Alderstead Heath
Dean Lane, Hooley 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Banstead Downs
Sutton Lane, Banstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is also covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Banstead Heath 
Dorking Road, Tadworth 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is also covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Banstead Wildlife Field:  Proposal for new Public Space Protection Order
Bolters Lane, Banstead
A new PSPO is proposed to make this a dog exclusion area where no dogs will be permitted from autumn 2020. Please provide your comments in the survey to tell us your views on this proposal.

Banstead Woods 
Holly Lane Banstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is also covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Burgh Heath 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Chipstead Meads Recreation Ground play area 
High Road Chipstead 
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted.

Church Green
Star Lane, Hooley 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Dene Farm 
Holly Lane, Banstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Fames Rough
Outwood Lane, Chipstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Hogden Bottom play area 
Chipstead Lane, Lower Kingswood 
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Howard Close Recreation Ground 
Howard Close, Walton-on-the-Hill 
This area is covered by more than one PSPO. These are explained below.
This is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.
Play area: This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted.
Tennis courts and Multi Use Games Area (basketball court): These are dog exclusion areas, where dogs are not permitted. 

How Lane, Chipstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Jubilee Wood: Proposal for new Public Space Protection Order
Tadworth Street, Tadworth 
A new PSPO is proposed to make this a dog exclusion area where no dogs will be permitted from autumn 2020. Please provide your comments in the survey to tell us your views on this proposal.

Kingswood Recreation Ground play area 
Buckland Road Lower Kingswood 
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted.

Lady Neville Recreation Ground
Avenue Road, Banstead
The area is covered by more than one PSPO. Together these set out the rules below.
This area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.
Play area: This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 
Tennis courts and Multi Use Games Area (basketball court): This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Lakers Rise Recreation Ground, Chipstead
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Maple Way play area 
Maple Way, Hooley 
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Merland Rise Recreation Ground play area 
Merland Rise, Tadworth
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Nork Park Recreation Ground 
Nork Way, Banstead
The area is covered by more than one PSPO. Together these set out the rules below.
This is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.
Play area: This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 
Tennis courts and Multi Use Games Area (basketball court), The Drive, Banstead: These are dog exclusion areas, where no dogs are permitted. 
 
Park Downs
Holly Lane, Banstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Stagbury Downs 
Holly Lane, Banstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Starrock Green 
Starrock Lane, Chipstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Tattenham Way Recreation Ground play area 
Tattenham Way, Burgh Heath 
This is a dog exclusion area, where no dogs are permitted. 

Vincent Green 
Starrock Lane, Chipstead 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Walton Heath 
Dorking Road, Walton on the Hill 
This is a dogs-on-lead-by-direction area, where a dog would need to be put on a lead if asked by an authorised officer of the council. 
The area is covered by the order that sets the maximum number of dogs to be walked, which means no one person is allowed to walk more than six dogs at a time. It is also covered by the order covering the fouling of land by dogs, requiring the person in charge of the dog to clear any fouling.

Woodmansterne Street play area, The Street and the Park Recreation Grounds
Woodmansterne 
These are dog exclusion areas, where no dogs are permitted.
Tennis courts: These are dog exclusion areas, where no dogs are permitted.