Archive for Month: July 2013

  • Hyde Park Concerts feedback

    From what fellow councillors and I have been hearing, complaints seem to have been fewer this year. I had one on noise from a new resident in Gloucester Square (though she didn’t mind Lionel Richie!) and only one or two comments to me personally. We will be looking at what environmental health and the Royal…

  • AEG Live’s event management plan for Hyde Park concerts

    In response to a comment posted on this site, I now have the event management plan from AEG and set out below their plans for handling potential problems. Sanitation  AEG will increase sanitation infrastructure on site by more  than 20% over the recommended guidance. External sanitation facilities will be provided for customers to  use both during ingress and egress from the event site.  All toilets for the public will be inside cabins and fully flushable (no plastic portajohn style) so will be serviceable for longer periods of time. Litter, Waste and Cleanup AEG will clean the event site and the surrounding park areas immediately after each event day finishes. TRP  management staff  have the authority to sign off the public spaces as fit for purpose and thus can request  further cleaning in areas that they feel it is required.  AEG have entered into an agreement with Westminster Council to pay for additional cleaning of the local public area outside of Hyde Park. A plan showing the areas with extra cleaning services is available on request.  Policing and Stewarding AEG has entered into a private services contract with  The Metropolitan Police to provide additional Police Officers  to be present on each event day. These officers will be tasked with…

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