Banners - Approval of Temporary Advertising Signs/Banners
Council supports the use of temporary banners/signs in designated areas by clubs, associations or charitable bodies based in the Council area which announce a local event of a religious, educational, cultural, political, social or recreational character. Approval is required and is subject to conditions.
The following are the most frequently asked questions (with answers) in respect to this subject:
Where can I place a banner in
the Council area?
Can I have approval to place a
banner at the Stirling Roundabout fence?
Answer: The Banner Schedule within Council's computer system is used to keep a record of banner bookings for this venue. This is a popular location and there is only space for 4 banners at the Stirling Roundabout fence at any one time.
How long can the banner be
Answer: Up to 3 weeks prior to the event and it must be taken down within 24 hours following conclusion of the event.
How big can the banner
Answer: 1 metre high and 2 metres wide
Are there any restrictions on
the type of material I use?
Answer: It must be constructed of a water proof material with the advertisement written in water proof materials and with reinforced eyelets to ensure that the banner can be securely fixed.