Street Trading Consent
Street Trading is defined as the selling or offering for sale of any article in the street in a static location. This includes food such as burgers, kebabs, doughnuts etc. or other things - such as merchandise.
The Council has adopted the provisions of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982. Under this legislation the Council has designated 'consent streets' where the consent of the Council is required for any form of street trading in those streets. Trading from shop units is not affected.
Applications submitted for any location other than one of the designated consent streets below will be rejected.
If you wish to trade on one of Winchester's regular markets, a separate application process is in effect.