Crime, antisocial behaviour and nuisance Wynnstay Grove Public Spaces Protection Order

Manchester City Council (Wynnstay Grove) Public Spaces Protection Order 2020

The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014

Manchester City Council in the exercise of its powers under section 59 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 (the Act) hereby makes the following Order.

This Order is made on 9 October 2020 and shall have effect for a period of 3 years thereafter, unless discharged or extended under the Council’s statutory powers.

General provisions

The Council is satisfied on reasonable grounds that the activities in the Restricted Area and identified in Articles 1 to 7 of this Order:

  • have had a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality, or it is likely that those activities will be carried on in the Restricted Area and that they will have such an effect; and
  • that the effect, or likely effect, of those activities:
    • is, or is likely to be, of a persistent or continuing nature;
    • is, or is likely to be, such as to make those activities unreasonable; and
    • justifies the restrictions and prohibitions imposed by this Order

The Council is satisfied that the prohibitions and restrictions imposed by this Order are reasonable to impose in order to prevent the detrimental effect of the activities from continuing, occurring or recurring, or to reduce that detrimental effect or to reduce the risk of its continuance, occurrence or recurrence.

The Council has had particular regard to the rights and freedoms set out in Article 10 (right of freedom of expression) and Article 11 (right of freedom of assembly) of the European Convention on Human Rights and has concluded that any restrictions on such rights and freedoms imposed by this Order are lawful, necessary and proportionate.

This Order applies to all public places within the Restricted Area.

This Order is available for inspection on the Council’s website.


“Restricted Area” means all public places, as defined by section 74(1) of the Act; 

on the whole of Wynnstay Grove and the whole of Wilmslow Road from its junction with Willow Bank (from the southern boundary of 336 Wilmslow Road - "McDonalds" - and the southern boundary of 361 Wilmslow Road) to its junction with Sherwood Street (from the southern boundary of 304 Wilmslow Road - the 'Orange Grove' apartments) and Ladybarn Road (the southern boundary of 331 Wilmslow Road) as more particularly outlined in red on the map at the Appendix.

View the prohibitions and requirements

View the map of restricted areas

Challenge the order


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