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Council Letter

  1. 1. Tel: Fax: Email: FAO: 0300 200 1003 01483 517174 highways.licensing@surreycc.gov.uk Mr Nick Crafts St Paul’s Catholic College Manor Lane Sunbury On Thames TW16 6JE Licence No: Surrey Highways Surrey County Council Rowan House Merrow Lane Guildford GU4 7BQ Date: 16 October 2013 SP13-005-493504 PERMISSION TO FILM / RECORD ON THE PUBLIC HIGHWAY With reference to your application for permission to film / record on the public highway at Lower Sunbury & Sunbury Cross, Sunbury, Surrey The council hereby grant permission for a period from Tuesday, 22/10/2013 to Wednesday, 23/10/2013 between 9:30am and 3:00pm (during off peak hours) in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of Permission overleaf. In addition to the standard terms and conditions overleaf, the following also apply:  Filming activities must not impede normal pedestrian or vehicular traffic flow  Appropriate measures must be taken to ensure that filming equipment does not cause an obstruction, or risk of accident or injury to pedestrians (including the blind and partially sighted) or other highway users  This approval does not set any precedent and there can be no assumption that future requests will be approved, each will be individually considered. Business Support Team Surrey Highways Surrey County Council
  2. 2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR FILMING ON THE HIGHWAY 1. Applications for a filming licence must be received 5 working days before the date on which the filming is due to take place. parking and traffic control must be obtained. 10. The County Council requires evidence that the company has Third Party Insurance cover from a reputable company for the purpose of filming / recording on the public highway. This must indemnify the highway authority (Surrey CC) against all claims for injury, damage or loss to users of the public highway, arising from the use of the highway for the permitted purpose. The minimum level of indemnity must be £5 million in respect of any one incident. The company must indemnify Surrey County Council against the loss or damage to any of their property or any loss, or injury, which arises out of the granting of permission. 2. Filming / Recording days are as specified on the initial application form and agreed with the Local Transportation Service. The permission is personal to the applicant company and is not assignable. 3. Surrey County Council reserves the right to cancel the permission due to a critical event or occurrence. 4. 48 hours notice must be given if it becomes necessary to amend the agreed dates. 5. Public safety and alternative pedestrian routes must be maintained at all times. 11. Local residents and businesses must not be subjected to any detrimental effects (e.g. noise, unsocial hours). 6. A full hazard assessment of the location is to be carried out and published in the call sheet. Failure to carry out such an assessment or to implement it may be a breach of the Health and safety at Work Act. 12. The area should be returned to normal use and to Surrey County Council’s set standards. 7. Crew members working on the highway must wear high-visibility clothing to standard EN471. This is an essential safety requirement under the New Roads and Street works Act. It is an offence not to comply. 8. Lights must be placed in such a way that they do not dazzle motorists or pose, in any other way, a hazard to the general public. 9. Agreement by District / Borough Council(s) and Surrey Police for 2

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