(1) The local authority shall make a proposal, including a draft plan for the management of the event, and appropriate maps and drawings in relation to the proposed event available for inspection at the offices of the local authority and such other places as it considers appropriate during office hours for a period of 5 weeks from the date of publication of the notice under article 193.
(2) (a) A proposal referred to in sub-article (1) shall set out the details of the proposed event, including—
|(i) the anticipated number in the audience and details of the number of tickets to be sold for the event,(ii) the date proposed for the holding of the event and the duration of the event, including the times at which the proposed event will commence and conclude.|
|(b) A draft plan for the management of the event referred to in sub-article (1) shall be prepared in accordance with the appropriate code or codes of practice and include—|
|(i) the names and responsibilities of the event controller, the event safety officer and their deputies,(ii) a draft site emergency plan,(iii) a draft traffic management plan,(iv) a draft safety strategy statement,(v) a draft environment monitoring programme for before, during and after the proposed event, and(vi) provision for the removal of structures and the carrying out of any works for the reinstatement of the venue subsequent to the proposed event.|
|(c) The maps and drawings referred to in sub-article (1) shall include a location map of sufficient size and containing details of related sites and features in the vicinity of the venue, to a scale of not less than 1:1000 in built up areas and 1:2500 in all other areas and marked clearly to show such related sites or features, and drawings to an appropriate scale of the venue, including a site layout plan and a viewing accommodation plan.|
(3) The local authority shall, on request, make a copy of the proposal available for purchase by any person on payment of a sum not exceeding the reasonable cost of making such a copy.