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Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2014

This bylaw sets rules for people looking to sell goods on streets, footpaths and other public places. The Trading in Public Places Bylaw covers food trucks, delivery vehicles and farmer’s markets. The Bylaw requires anyone trading in a public place to obtain a licence from the Council so that minimum standards of conduct, safety and hygiene can be enforced. It also designates areas where trading in a public place is prohibited. The Bylaw recognises that activities it covers can promote an active and vibrant CBD when managed appropriately.

You can download the full Trading in Public Places Bylaw with our 2021 proposed changes here.

If you would like to make a submission on the Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2014 please complete the form below.
Closing date for submissions is 12 noon, 10 December 2021.

Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2014 Submission Form

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