If your business has been forced to close due to lockdown restrictions, you may be eligible for a grant
Applications must be submitted at least 35 days before the proposed trading date or dates.
Applicants themselves should look around for what they consider to be a suitable site. The site must be in a position that will not cause obstruction to pedestrians. If such a site is found, a completed application form must be returned, together with a plan showing the exact place the applicant wishes to trade from and a photograph of the stall, van or other container. Applicants must determine and specify the ownership of any piece of land proposed as a site (i.e. Council or Private). In the case of private land, a letter signed by the owners stating they have no objection to their property being used for the purpose concerned must accompany the application and plan.
The Council is under no duty to grant a Street Trading Consent and need not specify grounds for refusal. There is no right of appeal against the refusal to grant consent. The application form will be sent to the Police for vetting purposes.
Before any Street Trading Consent which involves the preparation and sale of food is granted, the vehicle, stall or other container must be inspected and approved by the District Council’s Commercial Team. Registration as a food business will also be required. Any potential food traders should contact the Commercial Team on 01263 516008 at an early stage for technical advice and information.
The Council requires all persons who trade in designated streets (Consent Streets) with the Council’s consent to be in possession of Public Liability Insurance cover. The amount of cover may vary depending upon the nature of the trading proposed, and applicants are advised to contact the Licensing Team prior to application to obtain details of the cover required. Details of this insurance will be required upon application for a Street Trading Consent.
The Council will only issue Trading Consents to individuals; any Company must therefore apply through a named individual.
No motorised stalls or vehicles will be permitted in pedestrianised streets.
|Bond Street||Louden Road|
|Church Street||Meadow Road|
|The Gangway||Mount Street|
|Garden Street||Prince of Wales Road|
|Hamilton Road||Runton Road|
|High Street (between Runton Road and Hamilton Road)||Tucker Street|
|Albert Street||Mill Street|
|Albert Street Car Park||New Street|
|Bull Street||Peacock Lane|
|Cross Street||Plain Park|
|Fish Hill||Shire Hall|
|High Street||Station Road|
|Letheringsett Hill Car Park||Station Road Car Park|
|Market Place||White Lion Street|
|A1151 (from River Bridge to Horning Road)||Tunstead Road (between Station Road and Horning Road)|
|Church Road||Station Road|
|Church Street||New Road (between Yarmouth Road and public car park)|
|Kings Arms Street||Yarmouth Road (between New Road and Memorial Park)|
|Market Place||Market Street|
|Church Street||Station Approach|
|High Street||Station Road|
|Baker Street||Lower Staithe Road|
|Bank Street||Market Row|
|Dunkerley Court||Recreation Road (including Recreation Car Park)|
|High Street||Upper Staithe Road (excluding Sale Ground)|
|Ingham Road (between its junction with High Street and Brumstead Road)||Weavers Close|
|Lawns Loke||York Road|
|Newlands Car Park||The Grebe PH Car Park|
|The Close Café Car Park||The Maids Head PH Car Park|
|The Co-operative – rear Car Park||The Swan PH Car Park|
|Along the north side of the B1159 COAST ROAD at Walcott, from a point commencing at the end of the no waiting restriction (as defined by the commencement of double yellow lines) adjacent to the property known as ‘Shifting Sands’, for a distance of approximately 355 metres in an easterly direction to the commencement of the no waiting restriction (as defined by the commencement of double yellow lines) opposite Walcott Post Office Stores.|
Last updated: 26th January 2017