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Which vehicles will need to access the site for your event
Which vehicles will need to remain on-site throughout your event and which will need to be off-
site before the event opens
Are there any vehicles that will need to move on the site during your event
Please outline your vehicle policy for your event site here.
Traffic, transport and parking
Smaller community events will have limited impact on traffic and parking, however you should still
consider this when planning your event. Larger events can have a big impact on local traffic and
transport and will require extensive risk assessments and detailed plans dealing specifically with
traffic and transport.
How will your target audience travel to your event
Consider the various transport links around the event site and how these can be promoted to your
audience as a way to get to your event.
Are you proposing any road closures You will need to give at least three months’ notice, and the
more notice, the better.
Outline any traffic, transport or parking plans for your event here.
It is essential that your event has a waste management plan in place and that it is carried out.
How will you keep the site clear of waste Will this be done by stewards or volunteers
How you will manage waste during and after your event, including details of bins, skips, recycling
and litter picking
Document your waste management plans for your event here.