Ill-thought aspects of Harrow Town Centre Public Spaces Protection Order challenged

On 1stFebruary 2021, the Borough Wide Public Spaces Protection Order was renewed which included controls around alcohol consumption in public places as well as urinating, defecating and spitting.
But now the Harrow Town Centre Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), gone through the cabinet stage (27 May), includes Amplification of music and voice; Financial Agreements (people trying to get visitors to sign up to them); Placing of tables, chairs, stands and other fixings / furniture on the street; Feeding of birds and vermin; Distribution of leaflets; Illegal street trading  and Begging.
The newly appointed portfolio holder grabbed the publicity opportunity and tweeted:
PA2Failure to comply with a PSPO is an offence and can lead to a summary conviction and fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.  All enforcement officers as well as police are authorised to take action under it. The PSPO will be in place for a maximum 3 years as per the law, but will be reviewed to ensure it is effective in its approach in tackling issues that affect businesses and the public.
While many aspects of PSPO are good, but some are seen inappropriate and a public Call-in of the order is eminent under the council procedures.
The argument is that the Order does not strike the proper balance between the rights of businesses and residents and the basic right of civil protest and campaigning.
Historically and without any negative impact, the Town Centre has been used by the political parties and civic liberty groups for setting a table for literature/canvassing, or distributing leaflets and amplifying canvassing voices.
Another enjoyable feature of the Town Centre has been the street musicians who use non-acoustic instruments – most are of non-British origin.
We support the Call for the Harrow council to  re-evaluate the Order in order to better protect fundamental human rights.