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Streets For People

The Streets for People programme provides support for community-initiated projects which transform our streets into lively spaces! Create vibrant car-free streets for the people in your neighbourhood today.

πŸ‘‰ What happens during a Streets For People project?

With the street temporarily closed to vehicles, the street can be used as a public space to hold interesting activities for everyone to enjoy! Watch this video to see how Streets for People has transformed streets into buzzing people-friendly spaces!

πŸ‘‰ How will Streets For People benefit me?

If you’re a stakeholder in the area

Street closures have the potential to draw crowds to enjoy the programmes in open public spaces. People have the opportunity to conduct lively interactions in spaces normally reserved for cars, thus bringing vibrancy and footfall to the area.

If you’re on the lookout for fun and exciting activities

Programmes supported by Streets For People range from open-air fitness workouts to music and urban art festivals filled with plenty to see, eat and do. We welcome you to experience car-free streets and to have fun with your friends and family!

πŸ‘‰ Who can apply for Streets for People?

Applicants must operate or reside in the area where the project is proposed. It is also important to demonstrate that the project is supported by the community. You can find out more information on eligibility for support by referring to Streets for People: Guidelines and Application Manual (341KB, pdf).

Interested in creating your own Streets For People project, or want to find out more from us?

• Download our Streets for People: How-To Guide (1.09MB, pdf) for a step-by-step guide on planning your project.
• For detailed information on the programme, read through Streets for People: Guidelines and Application Manual (341KB, pdf).
• Fill out this contact form and we'll be in touch!

Making Streets for People

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