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Temporary road closure information

If you are planning to hold an event and would like to close a road to enable that event to be held then you need to apply to the Council for a Temporary Road Closure Order.

Please read the guidance notes page before you complete an application form which is available to download on this page. However for other reasons e.g. erection of scaffolding or regarding utilities please see the following link to Gloucestershire County Council’s website.

Road closures for events

The cost for arranging a road closure for an event, such as a street party, fete or procession, is £85, payment to be made by BACS, details are on the guidance notes.

Prior to submitting an application you should talk to your neighbours and also any local businesses that will be directly impacted by your proposed road closure.

You will then need to complete an application form and provide a plan. When we have this information we will carry out consultations with interested parties which include the Police, Ambulance, Fire, County Council, Parish Council and District Councillors. Once everyone has been consulted and there are no adverse comments or problems we can make the Order. This will be sent to you for you to display at either end of the road you propose to close.

NB: Once you have submitted your application, either by post or email, please contact us if you haven't received an acknowledgement within approximately 2 weeks.

The Council is unable to supply road signage or barriers to facilitate the closure of the road. The District Council does not provide signs or barriers for the road closure; you would need to contact a hire company for availability and associated costs.  

2024 road closures register

Privacy and Retention

Temporary road closure applications will be kept for no longer than 6 years and anonymised historic road closure decisions are available to view on our Officer Decisions Register.

Stroud District Council will be the Data Controller for all personal data collected. Any information you provide will be processed in accordance with UK Data Protection Legislation.

For further information you can view our privacy notices anytime.

 

 

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