Havering Council's Draft Proposal For Street Trading

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Havering Council's Draft Proposal For Street Trading

Lorraine Moss
Please see http://www.havering.gov.uk/Pages/Services/Licences-street-trading.aspx?l1=100001&l2=200063.

A temporary 6 month license will cost £200 for an A board outside the shop, £300 minimum charge for tables and chairs outside a café and £300 minimum charge for shop front goods.



 
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Lorraine Moss
There is a meet the leader session at Tesco Express Elm Park on Friday 15 March 13.00 to 14.00.  Hopefully some of the small businesses will attend and have the opportunity to express their views.
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Percy.
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So is this a scam to get more money from all the shops that have put stuff on their street fronts like chairs fruit and other goods this will bring in a lot of money if applied stringently they will need an enforcement officer.In fact now they have widened Rainham ,Hornchurch pavements they can start to rake in the money.
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Independent man
With a lot of retailers struggling to try to make a  living and many going bust,the council in all its wisdom has decided to make life harder for them with these new street trading proposals.
These extra charges for displaying goods and installing tables and chairs outside the shop can only make life harder for the retailer and will lead to more shop keepers going bust.
Drop that Drip Double Dip Dave
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Percy.
Good Idea Ho Hum but only for council house tenants they state that only goods on council property will be charged.Are the streets council property or property of the state.
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AngelDelight
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I love the way the Council helps businesses. Not.
Just another way to add more cash to their little pot to spend on themselves.
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