Pembrokeshire County Council’s objective is to create a street trading experience that is diverse and vibrant; adds to the social and cultural fabric of Pembrokeshire; protects and enhances our environment; and promotes the County.
Street Trading can cover a wide range of retail and catering activities undertaken in public streets. The content of this document sets out the policy in relation to street trading in Pembrokeshire. It is not a full and authoritative statement of the law and does not constitute legal advice.
This policy is designed to ensure that the street trading function is delivered in accordance with legislative requirements, the Council’s strategic aims and objectives and to provide a context for operational decision-making.
The policy also aims to ensure that we meet the needs of residents, businesses and visitors to assist with the regeneration of our county. This policy should also be reviewed in conjunction with other key policies.
This document will guide the Council when it considers applications for street trading consents and will inform applicants of the criteria against which applications will be considered.
It is the intention that this Policy will be reviewed every five years or more frequently should legislative changes deem necessary.
You can give your views on the Draft Street Trading Policy and the Draft Application Form by emailing feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternative you can write to: Pembrokeshire County Council, Policy, 2D County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP
The closing date for responses is Wednesday 13th March 2019