If you wish to sell goods on the street you need permission
You will need public liability insurance before you commence trading.
Street means any public place, for example highways, footpaths, roads or forecourts (areas in front of shops).
If you wish to sell food, you'll also need to register your business.
You can apply for consent here.
To discuss trading at Folkestone Street Market with a new or existing stall, please contact the Market Supervisor, Paul Clark on 07973 632290.
|Street trading consent/licence - annual||£297|
You will need to:
Consent lasts for a year. A renewal email will automatically be sent out each year before the current consent expires.
We'll get in touch if we need any additional information, otherwise we'll aim to process your application in 5 working days.
Bear in mind that part of processing your application involves consulting with various authorities such as the police, fire department, and environmental health, and in some circumstances they can take up to 28 days to fully review your application and get back to us.
We will send you a certificate with your consent number printed on it. Consent comes with conditions, including:
If your application is rejected we will write to you telling you why and what you can do if you wish to appeal.
You must not operate without consent. If you do, or if you break a condition of the consent, you could receive a fine of up to £1,000.