Information and guidance for councils
Councils can play a small but important role in making the task of organising street parties easy for residents. This is important to help neighbours meet and for community development.
This Guide applies to simple street parties organised by residents in a single residential street without external publicity. Larger public events in more streets require other arrangements.
- Why have a street party?
- The role of Councils
- Road closures
- Noise control
- Community development
- Housing teams
- Events team
- Street Alive services
With the new Licensing Act Streets Alive has developed special guidance on its relevance to street parties. We think that in most cases street parties should not need to apply for a license.
Streets Alive offers training and consultancy services to Councils
Streets Alive welcomes councils as active partners in promoting neighbourliness through street parties - Work with us
Contact us if you have any questions