For information on known events that will have an impact on the highway network in the next three months, please view the interactive map using the button below.
Change the date range to "next three months", enter a location and then zoom into the map to view event information and roads affected.
If you need further information about any event shown, you can contact the Highway Events team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planning an event that affects the highway?
If you are planning an event that may impact a public road or footpath, you will need to apply for permission. It's always good to let us know as soon as possible about your event so we can process your application on time and arrange a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) to close the road if needed.
If you are planning to film on the highway, then please see our filming information below.
How much notice you will need to give for an event
For all events on the public highway, you will need to provide us with at least twelve weeks' notice before the event's start date. Depending on the event size, you may need to give up to nine months' notice. Take a look at our event application schedule below to help you plan.
Application fees to host an event affecting the highway
For street parties, Playing Out Schemes, charity and most community events, there is no fixed fee however staffing costs may apply. For events held for commercial reasons (any event that charges an entrance fee or generates an income), administration, staffing and TTRO advertising fees will apply. For more information on fees, please see our guidance notes.
The organiser of the event is responsible for any additional costs incurred for the signing, running and control of the closure.
Applying for event permission
Events on the highway fall under two categories.
- Street party / Playing Out events are small events located in quiet residential streets or cul-de-sacs that are publicised to residents of a local area only.
- Highway events are open to everyone, and are often publicised widely.
We have a different form for each category of event so please complete the appropriate form. If you are unsure which form to use, complete the highway event application form.
Practical guides on how to manage aspects of your event including signage requirements and traffic management can be found below.
After you have applied for permission
It is the organiser's responsibility to inform all parties who will be affected by the event, including residents on roads to be closed and residents on roads to be used as alternative routes for traffic, local emergency services and the local parish / town council.
|At least 12 weeks before event||Highway Events Application Form submitted to the Event Liaison Officer at email@example.com and local district council informed of event through Safety Advisory Group if applicable.|
|10 weeks before event||Consultation with all relevant parties takes place.|
|No later than 6 weeks before the event||Final Traffic Management Plan reflecting any changes required after the consultation submitted by Event Organiser.|
|2 - 4 weeks before event||Local businesses and residents that will be impacted by the event must be notified by letter drop. Any issues must be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|2 weeks before event||A copy of the Temporary Traffic Regulation Order documentation and approval notice from the Event Liaison Officer will be sent to the event organiser. Advanced Warning Signs and these notices must be placed at each closure point. Notices should also be posted on village circulars or noticeboards where available.|
|Day of event||Closure and diversion route must be signed. A qualified steward must be present at all times within the road closure to allow access to property and for emergency vehicles.|
|Immediately after event||The street must be returned to its original condition and all signage taken down as soon as it is safe to do so immediately after the event ending. If there is a failure to do so, the Council will remove signage and invoice the organiser for the service|
Filming on the highwayFor any filming on the public highway which requires traffic management, we will need to be notified at least 12 weeks in advance of filming. Applications to film where no traffic management is required must be submitted six weeks in advance of filming. For more information about what is required to apply for permission to film and our standards, please see our Filming Policy and our Filming event guidance notes.
To apply to film on the public highway, please use the below application form.