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Policy Street trading policy

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7. Appendix A - Standard conditions

  1. The permit holder or people employed by them must produce this street trading permit on demand when asked required an authorised officer of East Devon District Council, a police officer or a police community support officer.
  2. The permit holder or people employed by them must return this permit to East Devon District Council immediately on cancellation or surrender of this permit.
  3. The permit holder or people employed by them must trade strictly in accordance with this permit.
  4. The permit holder or people employed by them must notify the licensing manager, immediately, of any convictions or proceedings arising out of the use of the permit.
  5. The permit holder or people employed by them must not cause any obstruction of the street or danger to people using it, and must not  allow people to gather around them or any cart, barrow, other vehicle or stall included in this permit.  The permit holder or people employed by them must not cause a nuisance or annoyance or danger to any people using the street.
  6. The permit holder or people employed by them must not allow any music playing, music re-production or sound amplification equipment or any musical instruments radio or television receiving sets whilst trading under this permit.
  7. The permit holder or people employed by them must not place on the street or fix any equipment placed on the street or advertising material of any description whatsoever except with the previous consent in writing of the licensing manager.
  8. The permit holder or people employed by them must not make any holes or indentations of any description in the surface of the street or place or fix any equipment of any description in the surface.
  9. The permit holder or people employed by them shall not do anything in or on the street, which in the opinion of the council, may be or become a danger, nuisance or annoyance, cause damage or inconvenience to the council or to the owners or occupiers of any premises within the locality or to members of the public.
  10. The permit holder or people employed by them must keep their trading position and the adjacent area in a clean and tidy condition during the permitted hours and also leave the it in a clean, tidy and clear of any obstacles at the end of each day under the terms of the permit.
  11. The permit holder or people employed by them must at all times whilst trading provide at their own cost and expense suitable containers for the deposit of rubbish and remove them and their contents from the site at the end of each day's trading.  Any litter or food waste coming from the business and dropped on the highway by customers shall be collected by the permit holder or people employed by them.
  12. Any stall, or authorised vehicle used for street trading must be immediately removable at all times in the event of an emergency or at any other time be removed at the request of any officers of the emergency services or officer of the council.
  13. All stalls must be removed within 30 minutes of the end of the trading (consent) hours for the day.
  14. The permit holder or people employed by them are not allowed to hold any auction sale.
  15. The permit holder or people employed by them or his employees are expressly forbidden to sell, display or wear any article which is or is intended to be offensive either in writing or pictures.
  16. The permit holder or people employed by them shall not trade in or issue any glass items or vessels.
  17. The permit holder or people employed by them must comply with all reasonable requirements of the licensing manager, or any other authorised officer of the council, a police officer or a police community support officer.