Byelaw Revocation

Byelaw Revocation

In 2017, we made a number of new public spaces protection orders dealing with the control of dogs. These new orders superseded the old byelaws that previously applied, which were automatically suspended by the new orders.

We have now legally discontinued the old byelaws by making a byelaw that revokes them. These are the byelaws that are revoked:

Byelaw 2(8) of the byelaws made by Lytham St Annes Borough Council on 16 May 1969 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 1 September 1969.

The byelaws made by Fylde Borough Council on 19 March 1981 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 17 June 1981.

The byelaws relating to the removal of canine faeces made by Fylde Borough Council on 4 September 1989 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 26 October 1989.

The byelaws relating to keeping dogs on leads made by Fylde Borough Council on 4 September 1989 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 26 October 1989.

The byelaws made by Fylde Borough Council on 30 July 1991 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 2 March 1992.

The byelaws made by Fylde Borough Council on 9 February 1995 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 19 April 1995.

The byelaws made by Fylde Borough Council on 17 January 1996 and confirmed by the Secretary of State on 13 February 1996.

You can see the revocation byelaw on our website here, or get a copy by asking at the Town Hall.