City Council consults on policy for holding public processions
A consultation by the City of Edinburgh Council is currently underway on the rules and guidance around holding parades and processions, including protest marches, in Edinburgh.
The public are being asked for their feedback on a new policy and code of conduct providing more clarity on the process for staging a public procession.
Organisers are required by law to give the Council at least 28 days’ notice of such an event, which will then be considered by the officers, along with the police and other interested parties.
But with an increase in the number of parades and processions taking place in Edinburgh over recent years, the need for a clear and consistent approach is apparent.
The consultation runs until 31 March 2017.
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