Licence conditions for non-profit events
These licence conditions apply under the Highways Act 1980 for events or activities on the highway
- The event/activity shall be adequately marshalled.
- The event/activity shall be carried out so as to cause no danger or annoyance to any member of the public or occupier of adjoining property.
- Neither the promoter nor anyone associated with the event/activity shall cause any obstruction either to members of the public or to private premises.
- All marshals and persons participating in the event/activity shall, at all times, be subject to, and must comply with, any directions which may be given by police officers or traffic wardens.
- The promoter shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Council against any actions, proceedings, claims damages and liabilities which may be taken, made or incurred, consequent upon, or arising in connection with the event/activity.
- No stand, stall or similar structure shall be brought onto or allowed to stand on any part of the highway, nor without the consent of the Council shall any motor vehicle be allowed to drive or stand on any footway or to enter the pedestrianised area unless given prior permission.
- Neither the promoter nor anyone associated with the event/activity shall offer or expose for sale or sell any goods without a street trading licence or consent issued by the Council in respect or street trading or a street collection, house to house collection licence or public charitable permit issued by the Council in respect of charitable collections or a pedlar's certificate (as the case may be).
- Neither the promoter nor anyone associated with the event/activity shall collect any money for a charitable or other organisation without a street collection permit, house to house collection licence or charitable collection permit issued by the Council.
- Any amplification shall be kept to a level sufficient to comply with the Council's Good Rule Government Byelaws and the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (as amended) and shall be adjusted in accordance with any requirement of an authorised officer of the Council or a police officer.
- The grant of this application shall not remove the promoter's responsibility to obtain all other consents and permissions (e.g. as to road closures or in connection with processions) required under any statute.
- A Risk Assessment is provided with the Application.