Extra powers to tackle anti-social drinking

By a County Press reporter

Thursday, January 30, 2014

 

POLICE could be given extra powers to clamp down on anti-social drinking in the Bay area.

As previously reported the Isle of Wight Council is consulting on the introduction of orders that would allow police to confiscate alcohol in public areas including Culver Parade, Los Altos and the High Street in Sandown and Landguard Manor Road and The Esplanade in Shanklin.

Lake Cliff Gardens and The Fairway in Lake and High Street, Station Road and New Road in Brading are also among the affected areas.

The designated public place orders have been requested by police and the consultation, due to run from tomorrow (Friday) until February 28, will be available via www.iwight.com

See below for further details and maps of the affected areas.

Brading

The area to be considered within the order is from where Lower Adgestone Road meets The Mall, east passed Yarbridge crossroad to the train line on the B3395, north along the train line up to Quay Lane, then west along Quay Lane where it meets the High Street, north up the High Street to the junction of Coach Lane and the A3055, west along Coach Lane to the junction of West Lane and Doctor’s Lane, then south down Doctor’s Lane, continuing south down West Street and The Mall, including the playing field, and south along The Mall to Lower Adgestone Road, and all public land inclusive of this boundary line, as shown on the map to be attached to the order.

Brading

Sandown

The area to be considered within the order is from the Mean Low Water Mark in line with the junction of Currie Road and Cliff Road, north along the beach up to the Mean Low Water Mark in line with the southern boundary of Isle of Wight Zoo, then a direct line up to the junction of Perowne Way and Morton Common (A3055), then south along the train line down to the bottom of Los Altos Public Park, then south along The Sunshine Trail to Lake Hill, east along Lake Hill and then south down Ranelagh Road and east along Currie Road to the Mean Low Water Mark in line with the junction of Currie Road and Cliff Road, and all public land inclusive of this boundary line, as shown on the map to be attached to the order.

Sandown

Lake

The area to be considered within the order is from the roundabout at Merrie Garden on Newport Road A3056, east along Newport Road to the junction of Manor Road, north along Manor Road, to Lea Road, north along Lea Road to the end of Desmond Price Close and also including Lea Road, south along Lea Road (including the playground at the junction of Manor Road) to New Road, east along New Road to the junction of Sandown Road and Lake Hill A3055, east along Lake Hill to the junction of The Fairway, north along The Fairway to the end of the road and including Station Approach, south along Sandown Road A3055 to the junction of Heath Road, east along Heath Road to the end of the road, south along Heath Gardens, across the area to Araluen Way and south along Araluen Way, east along the footpath north of Lake Cliff Gardens and across the area to the Cliff Path, north along the Cliff Path and Cliff Road to the junction at Currie Road, down to the Mean Low Water Mark and south along the beach to the point in line with the junction of Whitecross Lane and Whitecross Farm Lane, and then a direct line west across Lake Cliff Gardens, Sandown Road, The Cemetery, Pursley Close, Kestrel Close, Sandham Gardens to Whitecross Lane and north to the roundabout at Merrie Garden and all public land inclusive of this boundary line, as shown on the map to be attached to the order.

Lake DPPO

Shanklin

The area to be considered within the order is from Mean Low Water Mark in line with the southern boundary of Rylstone Gardens, then north to the Mean Low Water Mark in line with the junction at Whitecross Lane and Whitecross Farm Lane, then a direct line west across Sandown Road, the Cemetery, Kestrel Close to the junction of Whitecross Lane and Whitecross Farm Lane, then south down Whitecross Lane, Sandy Lane, Landguard Manor Road, west along Carter Avenue, south down Brook Road, west along Collingwood Road to the end of the road and around Batts Copse to Batts Road, west along Orchard Road and south down Chatsworth Avenue to Victoria Avenue, south down Westhill Road following the road round in an easterly direction to the junction of Rectory Road, south along Church Road, then east along Priory Road and north along Popham Road to the end of the road and including the footpath down to the Mean Low Water Mark, and all public land inclusive.

Shankli DPPO

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