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Street party road closures

​If you would like to close a parish road for a street party, you will need permission from the Connetable. In some cases the parish roads committee and other authorities may be consulted.

Some events need a public entertainment licence from the Bailiff as well as permission from the parish. You may need to apply well in advance for a permit so you should check if you need one as soon as possible.
 
Licensing public entertainment 

How do I apply to close a parish road for a street party?

You must apply to the parish in writing at least 7 days in advance with the following information:

  • which road is to be closed
  • details of the event being held (the event plan) 
  • who is organising the event
  • a risk assessment
  • details of public liability insurance (at least £2 million)
  • the date and time of when the road closure is required
  • alternative routes for traffic including who will provide signage, policing etc if required
  • any areas to be designated as parking places
  • if applicable, details of Bailiff's permit

Do I need to tell anyone that I am holding a street party?

You must provide details of a road closure to:

  • emergency services and honorary police
  • utility companies (possible road works planned)
  • LibertyBus (if on a bus route)
  • residents in the immediate area
  • refuse collector
  • Jersey Gazette  (Jersey Evening Post)
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