3. Apply for a general street trading consent
If you're applying for a street trading consent which is solely for your own use and which doesn't form part of a larger market or an event then you'll need to complete an online application form and attach the following supporting documents:
- A map of the trading site. The map should clearly identify the proposed site position by marking the site boundary with a red line. The map should include the nearest residential and commercial properties to the trading site. Applications for mobile trading consents (e.g. fish and chip vans) must provide specific routes and the locations they wish to trade from.
- Evidence of a current Food Hygiene Rating Scheme score of at least 3 from the relevant home Authority (and let us know which authority) if your application includes the sale of food or drink.
- A copy of the certificate of insurance that covers the street trading activity for third party and public liability risks with an appropriate level of cover (a minimum cover level of £2,000,000).
- A copy of Photographic ID and copy documents demonstrating each applicant's right to work in the UK (more information about suitable documents can be found at the end of the application form)
- A copy Basic Disclosure Certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service which must be less than 3 months old. If you have not received your DBS certificate at the time of application, you will need to confirm that you will supply it at a later date.
- A colour photograph showing the stall, vehicle or barrow which is to be used from the front back and sides. It is not necessary to show what is being sold.
Please ensure you have copies of all of the above documents saved to you device ready to attach to you online application form. You will not be able to submit your online application without the above documents being attached. The only exception is the Basic Disclosure Certificate, provided that you have applied for this document and are waiting for it to arrive.
To apply for a general street trading consent please click on the start button below.
There is no fee payable for a street trading consent. You will however need to make sure you have permission of the land owner and they may make a charge for hire of the land.
If the land where you want to trade is owned by East Devon District Council then you'll need to complete a use of EDDC land form and pay any land hire fee due.