Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act 1994
Offences Relating to Public Order
Interpretation ( Part II ).
3.— In this Part, except where the context otherwise requires—
“ dwelling” includes a building, vehicle or vessel ordinarily used for habitation;
“ private place” means a place that is not a public place;
“ public place” includes—
( a) any highway,
( b) any outdoor area to which at the material time members of the public have or are permitted to have access, whether as of right or as a trespasser or otherwise, and which is used for public recreational purposes,
( c) any cemetery or churchyard,
( d) any premises or other place to which at the material time members of the public have or are permitted to have access, whether as of right or by express or implied permission, or whether on payment or otherwise, and
( e) any train, vessel or vehicle used for the carriage of persons for reward.