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Street trading Apply Street trading requires a Brent licensing officer's consent before application can be made.
- Street trading - advice for applicants PDF KB Details of our current application fees for street trading consents can be found on our Licensing fees and charges page.
- Babergh has adopted street trading and generally there are no restrictions on street trading from mobile stalls and vehicles in most but not all of the Babergh District - subject to compliance with general conditions in regard to road traffic, planning, and food safety laws.
- Business licences Street trading consents If you want to sell items in the street or on land where the public have access without having to payyou will require a street trading consent from Licensing Services.
Please do not apply unless you have this. You will be sent the application form after that consent has been given.
Street trading licence
A street includes any road, footway or other area that is within seven metres of a road or footway and is not enclosed and to which the public have access without payment. Street trading means the selling, exposing for sale or offering for sale of any article including a living thing or the supplying or offering to supply any service in a street for gain or reward.
Eligibility criteria Licences can only be issued for the 50 or so designated sites in the borough and there is a waiting list for these sites. Where a person wishes to trade st trading a place that st trading not a designated site Licensing Inspectors will consider designating that place as a licence site.
Any person displaying goods outside their shop needs to have a street trading licence unless they own the forecourt to the shop. This also applies to the licensing of pavement cafes.
In special circumstances a temporary licence may be issued for places that are not licence sites. Licences are renewed on 1st.
April each year, and application for renewal must be made in the January of the year that the licence is to be renewed. Application evaluation process Application for a licence must be made to Brent Council's Safer Streets St trading with the application fee. Two colour passport-sized photographs taken within the last six months, a proof of current address and a copy of your public liability insurance must also be submitted.
Only one photograph in jpeg format is required for online applications. Plans and attached documents submitted by the applicant should be clear and legible in all material respects, capable of being read, reproduced in written form and used for subsequent reference by our inspectors and responsible authorities.
In addition to the application fee there is a daily charge for each day that the licence allows you to trade.
This charge is based on the area you occupy and is payable monthly, one month in advance. Licence conditions Each street trading licence issued by Brent Council is subject to standard licence conditions.
A copy of the standard conditions relating to street trading is available on request. In addition to risk manager in trading standard conditions special conditions may also apply to an individual licence.
The Act requires licence holders to personally avail themselves fully of their licence and therefore traders will be expected to be present at their stall for two thirds of each working day unless they have written permission from the Council for other arrangements.
Where an authorised Licensing Inspector or Police Constable has reasonable grounds for suspecting that a person has street traded without a licence, the articles st trading things being offered or exposed for sale may be seized providing they are not of a perishable nature and produced as evidence in any proceedings.
Station St Trading Company, Melbourne
Tacit consent This means that you will be able to act as though your application is granted if you have not heard from the local authority by the end of the target completion period. Street trading applications will be processed on receipt of all valid documentation and fees.
If you receive no further contact from us within the stated timescale in the application acknowledgement then tacit authorisation applies. Failed application redress The council will serve a notice of its intention to refuse an application for a licence.
Shop Hours Tues-Fri 10-5 Sat 10-3
Notice to make a representation must be made from the applicant in writing to the council within 7 days of the date of the notice. After determination, if the applicant is still aggrieved he may appeal to the local Magistrates Court within 21 days of the determination. Licence holder redress A licence holder may apply to alter a condition attached to st trading licence.
The council will serve a notice of its intention to refuse an application, for alteration of a licence, to grant an application subject to conditions, to vary conditions without an st trading or to revoke a licence. Representations can be made in writing to the council within 21 days of the date of the notice.