A councillor who lives opposite a village station which receives thousands of revellers each weekend has welcomed proposed booze banning orders.
Also punishable with a fine of up to £100 will be public urination and other antisocial behaviour.
Clr Bellamy says she wants the Ale Trail to continue but she says it needs to be better managed and all parties, including Northern Rail and the pubs, need to be involved.
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The Colne Valley Conservative councillor said: “You can see from my house and you can hear it across the valley.
“I feel sorry for people living opposite the station.
“I’ve nothing against people going out and having a bit of fun – but it’s stuff people wouldn’t do on their own doorstep that they do here.
“It would be nice if some of the companies and pubs making money from it would help to police it.”
Clr Bellamy says she hopes Kirklees Council will pass the PSPOs and a message will be sent out to potential troublemakers.
She said: “If you’re going to come here, get really drunk and do those kind of things it will hit you in the pocket.
“An extra £100 is a lot for a day out.”
PSPOs are being considered because of the sheer number of Ale Trail revellers flocking to the semi-rural villages on weekends, particularly in the summer.
The trail, originally designed for real ale drinkers, has become a nuisance for villagers with a minority of drunk party-goers urinating in streets and gardens, leaving litter and damaging people’s property.
A public consultation on the plan runs until August 28.
You can see an outline of the plan and give your opinions by visiting www.kirklees.gov.uk/pspo .
Comments can also be posted to PSPO, Streetscene Action Team, Flint Street, Fartown, Huddersfield, HD1 6LG.