You will need to ensure that you allocate a sufficient budget to cover
the cost of public liability insurance with a minimum level of £10 million, signage, medical provision etc.
You will also need to supply an event management plan (including traffic management plan) and risk assessment.
Applications must be submitted more than eight weeks in advance of the event
so that the Council can begin the process of consultation with the Safety Advisory Group.
You will need to ensure that you allocate a sufficient budget to
cover the cost of public liability insurance with a minimum level of £10 million, and signage.
You will also need to supply a traffic management plan and risk assessment, a minimum of eight weeks in advance when you submit your application
You are not required to submit an event management plan or risk assessment
when submitting an application to close a small residential road such
as a cul-de-sac.
Once you have submitted your application, you will need to email email@example.com with a:
- Copy of your Consultation Notice and the date it was issued, plus any objections
You will also need to email the following documents. (If you are applying to close a small residential road for a street party, these documents are not required).
- Event Management Plan (including Traffic Management Plan)
- Risk Assessment
We will be unable to process your application until we have received
these documents, as we will need to review the application and consult with
the Safety Advisory Group before feedback can be given. Providing there are
no significant objections, a copy of the Road Closure Certificate will be sent to the applicant.
The applicant will need to make laminated copies of the certificate and display them in the street
no less than one week before the date of the road closure.
If you have any questions about this form
please contact the Community Safety and Wellbeing team on 01306 879338.