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Commercial Trading in Public Places

Reference: P14-001

Status: Approved by the Council on 18 March 2014.

This policy sets guidance for the use of public places for commercial activities in order to:

  • ensure that the activity fits with the open space recreation features of the park or reserve
  • mitigate the negative aspects of commercial use
People sitting near a food truck eating
  • ensure that commercial activity does not pose any nuisance or safety risk
  • provide transparency about the licensing, fee and rental setting processes.

The policy includes criteria for the assessment of the application for a concession and general conditions that are applied. It also sets in place a structure for fees and charges.


Commercial Trading in Public Places