25.3.2 Objectives and Policies: Events and Temporary Activities
Temporary activities and events are managed in a way that contributes to economic, social and cultural wellbeing and to creating a vibrant City, while adverse effects on the environment are minimised.
The positive effects of events and temporary activities shall be recognised and encouraged.
Events and temporary activities shall be managed to minimise adverse effects including noise, light spill, glare, dust, odour, litter, effects on public health and safety, and the safe and efficient functioning of transport networks.
Temporary activities and events are located appropriately.
Events and temporary activities shall be located where adverse effects can be adequately managed, with particular consideration given to:
||Expected attendance numbers, the facilities provided at the site, including for entry and exit, crowd control, and health and safety.|
||The timing, duration, scale and intensity of the adverse effects, including noise, dust, odour, lighting, glare, and waste.|
||The safety and efficiency of transport networks.|
||The frequency of events and temporary activities at any one location and associated cumulative effects.|
||Any alternative venues available and suitable for all or part of the event, with preference given to permanent venues over temporary venues.|
Temporary structures and buildings shall be sited to minimise adverse effects on surrounding property and activities.
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