Organising an event or street party
Organising small, private street parties and fetes is very simple and generally does not include activities that need a licence, such as selling alcohol or providing certain types of entertainment.
Who can attend a street party
- For residents/neighbours only
- Publicity only to residents
Notices and licences
- No licences normally necessary if music incidental and no selling is involved
- No formal risk assessment needed
If you want to have a pay bar or intend to provide entertainment to the wider public, or charge to raise money for your event, you will need a Temporary Event Notice, For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Similarly, larger public events attracting more people will require a different process. If you would like to hold a larger public event, contact: email@example.com.
Advice on holding a street party or fete
The number one tip for holding a party is to plan early, think about what you want to achieve and get in touch at least 4-6 weeks in advance.
View further tips, advice and support for organising a street party.
What happens next?
Once you submit your completed application form, we will look at what you are proposing before contacting you to let you know if your application has been successful or if there is anything else you need to consider.
Please note that the deadline to apply to hold a street party (and therefore a road closure) was the 29 April 2022.
Last updated Monday, 16th May 2022