There will still be the 50 private security onsite and a registration procedure where people are asked to sign in (name - dob etc etc) - there's a larghe fence around the site with watchtowers and also expect CCTV (possible linked to a police control room but this is unconfirmed) - but the camping is free. Special buses will be provided from the site into town.
There is no food provision by the council, but Dissent! has negotiated having a food kitchen onsite to provide at least some meals for people there.
There will be toilets and running water onsite as well as showers in the Jack Kane centre. The community centre itself will be open for people to use, with a programme of events, tea, coffee snacks etc. They're a great bunch and deserve respect for their work with the local community and the open way they are trying to welcome people.