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hi i m trading in privat propery (pub carpark) a kebap trailer i was stationery there and council did not allow me to trade be cos no planing permission . i have applied its been refused be couse of smell so now i m going to buy a mobile van so i can drive home at the end of the day can council stop me againe trading for smell. can you please advice me what sort of licance i need plus will they have power to stop me trading many thanks
7 days a week from 3pm till 11 pm
Did you ever have a licence?
Was it a trailer that was moved every day?
i have healt and sefty cerfiticate and 5 star higine cerfiticate
no i dont move its there all the time 24/7
Ok - then sadly you do need planning permission
If it was one that you moved on/off site then all you would need is a street trader food licence
But because it is static you do need planning permission
If this has been refused then you could appeal the decision
You can appeal to the adjudicator and details can be found here:
no council said even if i get mobile van i still need a planing permission be cos i trade 7 day a week and same spot
You said its there all the time so yes
If it had been the case you took it home and worked 6 days a week you would have been fine
But because you are there 24/7 and you work 7 days you need planning
Therefore all you can do is appeal and follow the procedure outlined on the above website
yes but i was thingink to get van so i can drive nite times
Yes but you said you were there 24/7
Therefore you do need planning permission
so if i m working 6 day and drive home at nitgh time will i be ok
As you have been refused you need to appeal by following the guidance at:
Yes, if you are there 6 days and leave the site you should only need a licence
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
but council say i still need planing permission . be cos i trade same place 6 days
You need to check the Councils policy on such matters
It can vary from council to council - so ask for it
But if you leave there after trading it should normally only be a licence
ok i will ring the council now thanks
Can I clarify anything else?
i just spoke to council i still need planing permission even if i m trading 6 days a week and drive home at night
Have you asked for a copy of their policy?
Nothing about planning permission, just a licence.
But did you ask your Council for their policy please?