Are you planning to hold a street party to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee on Monday 4th June 2012? If so you will need to read the following guidance to help your event run smoothly.
Nottinghamshire County Council will need to know about your event so that any necessary road closures can be put into place. You can do this online at the County Council website by clicking on the Nottinghamshire County Council link, under offsite links on the right.
If you are planning to sell alcohol at your event you will need a temporary event notice (TEN) from Broxtowe Borough Council's Licensing Department. The cost of a TEN is £21 and you can download the form and guidance from the link on the right. Please note that two copies must be sent to the Council and one copy to the Police. We require 10 working days notice which does not include the date of receipt or the day of the event so please make sure that you complete the forms in good time.
You may also need a TEN if you are playing live or recorded music at your event. However, if the music is incidental to the event and has not been advertised to attract people or raise money then a licence will not be necessary.
If you require further information or advice, please contact the Licensing Department at Broxtowe Borough Council via the details on the right hand side.
You will find more information on organising street parties and events on the Department for Communities and Local Government website.
Page Last Updated: 22/02/2012