A consultation has been launched whether a buffer zone put in place around an abortion clinic in west London should be continued.
Ealing Council implemented a 100-metre exclusion zone at the Marie Stopes centre in April 2018 after women complained of being intimidated.
The order was put in place in April 2018 banning anti-abortion and pro-choice campaigners from standing within 100m (330 ft) of the Marie Stopes clinic in Ealing after women complained of being intimidated.
Ealing Council said the current protection order was due to expire in 2021 and wanted opinions about whether it should be extended.
The consultation, which will run until 18 January next year, can be found on the council website.