Street Trading Policy Review
The Council has designated all streets in South Gloucestershire as Consent Streets for street trading purposes. The effect of this designation is that street trading in any street in South Gloucestershire is prohibited, subject to the legal exemptions, without first obtaining a consent to trade from the Council.
South Gloucestershire Council is currently consulting on the revised draft Street Trading Policy and corresponding Application Guidelines, prior to approval by the Regulatory Committee.
The Street Trading Policy and Application Guidelines 2019 – 2022 have been developed to assist persons applying for Street Trading Consents in South Gloucestershire. The Policy and associated guidelines set out the Council’s standards for determining applications for, and enforcement of, street trading activities in the South Gloucestershire area.
We are keen to receive feedback on the Policy and Application Guidelines - this consultation will be open until Wednesday 20th March 2019
How to find out more and have your say
- Read the draft Street Trading Policy, including amendments, additions and deletions made in the document Street Trading Policy , or read a summary of the changes in "Street Trading Policy Review Appendix 2"
- Read the draft Application Guidelines
- Read the Initial Equalities Impact Assessment to see how the draft policy would affect different groups of residents
- Complete our online survey to send us your feedback
- Download and print a paper copy of the survey to fill out and sent back to us by post (see postal address below)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone:01454 868154
- Write to us at: South Gloucestershire Council, Corporate Research & Consultation Team, Council offices, Badminton Road, Yate, BRISTOL, BS37 5AF
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20 Mar 2019 at 23:59
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