We are currently experiencing issues with our bin collections which means we have not been able to make it to some properties on the scheduled day. We apologise to everyone affected by this. To help alleviate the issue whilst a long-term solution is devised, we are suspending garden waste and glass, cans and plastic collections for up to two months from 8 July 2019. More details.
Road Closure Orders
Allerdale Borough Council may make Road Closure Order to facilitate ‘rolling-road’ events such as parades, carnivals and processions as well as more ‘static’ community events such as Christmas lights switch-ons and street parties.
For other types of road closure you may have to contact Cumbria County Council.
If you want to apply for a Road Closure you must download, complete and return the below Closing Order application form, with a payment of £121.00. This can be paid either by card in one of our customer service centres, or disclose a cheque made payable to ‘Allerdale Borough Council’.
More guidance is provided in the application form.
Download the application form and guidance
You are also required to have public liability insurance cover of £5 million before your application can be processed. You should include a copy of your public liability insurance schedule when you return your pro-forma.
You should aim to submit your application for a Road Closure Order to the Council no less than six weeks before the starting date of the event.
The Council will consult with the necessary organisations on your behalf. However, if you have any particular requirements you should consult with the relevant body yourself prior to completing the Road Closure Order application form.
- You are required to consult with anyone who may be affected by the event such as residents or local businesses.
- Depending on the size and nature of the event, you may also wish to consider advertising in a local newspaper.
- You are responsible for ensuring that any requirements placed on you by the consultees are undertaken.
Any signs or barriers erected should be done so in accordance with the requirements of Cumbria County Council’s Highways department. If you require any further information please contact Cumbria County Council.
If you think that you may require a licence for any aspect for your event, see our Temporary Event Notice Licence and Premises Licence pages.
We will confirm whether your application has been successful approximately three weeks before the event. We will send you a Notice of Road Closure, which must be posted in the streets and surrounding affected areas at least 14 days before the event.
If you require any further information on Road Closure Orders please contact us.
Closing Orders and Consultations
A list of all current consultations and completed closing orders within the last six months can be found below:Broughton Children's Carnival 2019 Road Closure Order Workington Armed Forces Day 2019 Road Closure Order Cockermouth Children's Carnival 2019 Road Closure Order Wigton Children's Carnival 2019 - Road Closure Order Maryport Community Carnival - Temporary Road Closure Order Bowness Carnival - Temporary Road Closure Order Flimby Children's Carnival - Temporary Road Closure Order