Your Gateway to Effortless Permits!


A one-stop avenue to obtain permits for filming and photoshoots. Working on behalf of the councils in Worcestershire, we are here to streamline the process and accelerate approvals. Fast track your creative vision into a stunning reality.

Looking to shoot your next project in Worcestershire?

We work closely with Worcestershire’s councils to ensure the film permit application process completes quickly and efficiently. Here’s how we can assist you:

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FAQ’s on film permits

Why do I need a film permit?

Obtaining a film permit is a crucial step for all filming and photography endeavors within the region. This protocol ensures that you have the necessary authorization from both the local council and land/property owners. The locations cover, but is not limited to:

  • Public highways and roads
  • Pedestrianised streets and public places
  • Parks and green open spaces
  • Car parks and on street parking
  • Markets
  • Schools
  • Shopping centres
  • Leisure centres
  • Libraries
  • Cemeteries and crematoriums
  • Council owned land and property
  • Privately owned land and property
Are there costs associated with obtaining permits

Yes, fees are applicable to all permits and locations. These fees are determined by a variety of factors, encompassing the specific site, the nature of your filming project, the scale of your cast and crew, as well as the duration of your shoot.

We accommodate productions of all sizes and strive to procure the perfect setting that aligns with your budget and project requirements. For enquiries regarding the pricing of filming locations, please complete the ‘Make a Permit Enquiry‘ form, or feel free to call us on 01905 952020.

What else do I need to support my application?

The specific documentation needed can vary depending on the nature of your project. Rest assured, we’re here to guide you through the process and advise on all necessary documents. As a general standard, you will typically require:

  • A Risk Assessment
  • Public Liability Insurance with coverage of £10 million
  • A detailed filming activity location map
What notice period do I need to give?

The notice period duration hinges on the specific filming location. While we can expedite permit requests within 24 hours, we recommend allowing ample time for seamless planning. For small-scale productions, a minimum of three days’ notice is advisable. Medium-scale projects benefit from around five days’ notice, while larger productions should aim for a 10-day advance notice period.

It’s important to note that filming on highways using a stop/go system necessitates a minimum of five working days’ notice. For any road closures, a more extended lead time of 12 weeks is essential to ensure proper arrangements.

By adhering to these notice periods, you contribute to the success of your production and the efficient coordination of all involved parties.

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We supply locations and manage permit applications for filming throughout the region.