The Scottish Government’s Strategic Framework sets out how we plan to restore, in a phased way, greater normality to our everyday lives. This includes the phased return of events.
Event organisers should use this Framework to develop their plans. As each event is different, it is for individual businesses to determine how best to apply this guidance in their circumstances. Please get in touch with us at the earliest opportunity to discuss your plans.
Information on what events are permitted within each level are set out below:
Clackmannanshire is currently in protection Level 2.
Event organisers will need to take a number of additional steps in order to be Covid compliant. These include
The Scottish Government has published guidance on risk assessments to assist in the early event planning stages. Every event will require to have in place a detailed risk assessment.
The Scottish Government has developed a checklist to support event organisers to implement this guidance which is available to download. The checklist reflects the minimum expectations outlined in the guidance document.
More information on the key risks and controls required for public events can be found by following the link given.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Restrictions and Requirements) (Local Levels) (Scotland) Amendment (No. 23) Regulations 2021 puts in place a process through which event organisers or venue operators must, through application to a local authority, seek approval to hold an event above the standard capacity limit. In order to make this application please call 01259 450000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also refer to our Licensing web pages for further information on whether or not a licence is needed for a specific event.
We would encourage any local event organisers to get in touch with our Environmental Health service at the earliest opportunity for advice on public events.
Development & Environment Services
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 452093/ 450000