BC ‘Street’ Trading Policy consultation- if you are holding a community event on open space, and have any element of ‘trading’ (eg craft stalls or burger vans), then you may be impacted by these proposals

We want to hear your views on our draft Street Trading Policy for Buckinghamshire Council.

If you are holding a community event, you may be impacted by the proposals, so I would urge you to read the consultation and please tell us your views – either through the consultation pages or a direct email/letter.

Street trading is the sale or offering for sale of items in a street. A ‘street’ includes any road, footway, or other area to which the public have access without payment (including service stations).

It is not only the public highway – it can include publicly accessible areas that are privately owned, such as shopping centre car parks and open spaces.

The consultation has been extended and you now have until 11:59pm on Sunday 26 May 2024 to tell us your views.

We will use your responses to develop the final Buckinghamshire Street Trading Policy.

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