Watch out for the birds!

Updated: Jun 28, 2018



An interesting article in the Telegraph about the cancellation of the T in the Park festival, Scotland's biggest and most famous music festival. The festival had encountered a number of problems when it was forced to move sites, which so often creates issues related to health and safety and transport.


A nesting pair of protected Ospreys appear to have been the final straw, with the licensing conditions just becoming too onerous and expensive. This is a timely reminder to always be ready for the unexpected at new event sites, and to make sure your agreements have you covered for the unforeseeables.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/news/t-park-2017-cancelled-thanks-ospreys/


At CAL, our team has worked on the biggest festivals in the world like Hard Rock Calling and

Wireless, and will be happy to assist with any questions or needs in relation to your event.


This information is intended for guidance purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. If you do need legal advice, however, get in touch with us!


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