street trading

street trading

the selling, or exposing for sale, of articles on certain streets. It is an offence in both England and Scotland although under different legislation. A PEDLAR holding a certificate is exempted provided he is behaving as a pedlar and not as a street trader.
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Bolton magistrates heard how Ali, 46, of Netherfield Road, was refused a street trading licence in 2016.
To appoint a consultant street trading operator to manage neasden lane (high street) market.
But they will have to wait until Thursday to find out if they will be granted a licence for street trading.
Fashion chain New Look became the latest clothing retailer to be hit by high street trading woes as it revealed slumping sales.
AN early Easter hit food and clothing sales last month, leaving High Street trading stagnant.
THE opening of a monthly artisanal food market was later than planned after it emerged there is still a council ban on street trading in place.
Members of Sylvia's family, including her grandmother Maria Kelly, known as the "Queen of the Barrows", were jailed for trading before the laws finally changed in 1981 when Newcastle City Council allowed licensed street trading.
ANGLESEY Council has introduced new plans aimed towards strengthening street trading controls, while also boosting local enterprise.
BUSINESS owners in Liverpool have hit out against the council's ban on granting new street trading licences after 91 applications were turned down in two years.
As well as the street trading tradition, Moore Street is of major historical significance particularly through its association with the men and women of the Easter Rising 1916.
Officers have recommended the reviewed street trading policy be approved by full council on June 25.
The work we do to regulate street trading is not just about protecting customers, but ensuring other businesses can prosper, too," she added.