Advertising is allowed when done legally and safely and it's a good idea to plan and budget for powting in advance. There are certain local events that do not need advertisement consent and they are those that are organised for social, recreational or religious purposes.
For guidance on these events please read Illegal adverts on public property verges, railing, lamp columns etc are generally removed immediately, poeting if considered a distraction to drivers. However, it is generally taken to be the display of advertising material on buildings.
There are lots of ways to promote your event such as: Ask to put your posters up on the noticeboards of local halls or community centres. Legal Measures It is an offence to display an advertisement in a way that breaches specified regulations.
You can also contact our Community Safety Unit on What information do I need to provide? What is Fly-posting?
However all such advertising must have the permission of the landowners, including on the highway. Social media is a great way of spreading the word Advertising in the 'What's On' section of local newspapers will reach thousands of people. If you do use posters then, in most poting, you can put them on private land poxting you have the landowner's written permission we may ask to see this and your poster is no bigger than 0.
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Fly-posting penalties. How to advertise your event We welcome fairs, festivals, sales and shows and know the huge amount of work that goes into them.
What is Fly-posting? Anything bigger will need planning permission.
There is no formal definition of fly-posting. Fly-posting is an offence under Section (3) of the Town and Country Planning Act (TCPA) and the Highways Act posring Fly-posting is illegal temporary advertising and generally taken to be the 'display of advertising material on buildings and street furniture without the consent of the owner'.