Fines issued for Jubilee street parties

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Dear FOI team,

I'd like to request the following information.

How many fines have been issued to the organisers of Jubilee street parties that took place on Friday 3rd June, Saturday 4th June or Sunday 5th June 2022, for breaching criteria for the event?

Please specify why fines were issued and break down how many were issued for the following breaches:

- Continuing past the allowed time
- Disrupting residents with music or other noise
- Charging for entry to the event
- The sale of alcohol
- The sale of cake and other food items
- Damage to the road or footway
- Failing to clear up rubbish
- Bunting not in line with regulations
- Failing to display clear signs indicating road closure

Please respond to me via my email address.

Kind regards,
Charlotte Lynch

foi, Argyll and Bute Council

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Dear Charlotte Lynch

Request for information: Fines issued for Jubilee street parties

Thank you for your information request which we have logged as reference

It has been passed to the relevant service(s) for attention and you should
receive a response under either the Freedom of Information (Scot) Act 2002
or the Environmental Information (Scotland) Regulations 2004 by 2022-07-07
00:00:00. We hope to respond within this timescale but, due to the
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Sinclair, David, Argyll and Bute Council

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Dear Ms Lynch


Request for information: Fines issued for Jubilee street parties

Reference: argyllbuteir:14303.


I refer to your request for information which was dealt with in terms of
the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (FOISA).


There were no fines issued for Jubilee street parties within Argyll and
Bute Council’s area.


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Yours sincerely


David Sinclair

Compliance and Regulatory Assistant

Legal and Regulatory Services

01546 604352


dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Gadawodd Charlotte Lynch anodiad ()

no fines

Dear David,

Thank you for your speedy response which has been logged.

Many thanks for your help.

Yours sincerely,

Charlotte Lynch