London,
11
May
2015
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18:02
Europe/London

Community conversation on dog control

We’re inviting you to give us your views on dog control in Camden.

Join in the community conversation on Sunday 17 May from 2pm to 4pm at the Arlington Conference Centre, 220 Arlington Road, NW1 7HE.

We want as many people as possible to give us their views on issues around dog control. We want to find out:

  • What aspects of dog control are most important to you, for example when and where dogs should be on leads, and how this affects you
  • The steps you think we and partners can take to address these aspects
  • The impact you think these steps might have on others
  • The ways in which you think the impact could be managed.

We are holding this community conversation following our public consultation on the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 that took place in January. Participants told us they would welcome a further discussion on dog control and to consider the requirement for dogs to be on leads in some public spaces.

if you would like to attend, please let our Community Safety Service know via email: communitysafety@camden.gov.uk or by phone on 020 7974 2915.

The venue can accommodate 120 people, however, we will organise additional events to discuss this issue if the event is significantly oversubscribed.