Street parties are a traditional part of British life; they’re fun and bring neighbours together.
We want to help you to organise your street party with minimum fuss and expense, so we've simplified the application process and produced this straightforward guide.
What is a street party?
Street parties are get-togethers for neighbours. They're not advertised to the wider public and they're not commercial activities. Street parties take place in small residential roads where they will not affect traffic or parking. They are organised by residents for their neighbours and do not include selling anything, including food and drink, or having professional entertainment.
If you are unsure if the event you are planning qualifies as a street party, if you live on a major road or if you want to plan a bigger event please contact us on tel: 020 7341 5019, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org What about road closures? Do I need insurance? Can I serve food? See the answers to these and other common questions here.
What do I need to do?
- plan in advance
- consult with everyone on your street to make sure they are supportive of the event, you may want to use this letter template (word document)
- let us know the details by completing an online form (download a form to post [PDF] (file size 28Kb))
- you will also need to sign and return the indemnity declaration [PDF] (file size 60Kb) to Highways and Traffic, Pembroke Road Council Offices, 37 Pembroke Road, W8 6PW
We will respond to you within ten days to confirm that your plans can go ahead
Enjoy your party