Street Trading definition

Street Trading means the selling or exposing or the offering for sale of any article (including a living thing) or the supplying or offering to supply any service in a street for gain or reward.
Street Trading means the selling or exposing or offering for sale of any article (including a living thing) in a street.
Street Trading means the carrying on of the business as a street trader;

Examples of Street Trading in a sentence

  • Before a Street Trading Licence or Consent is granted, the Council will consult and share full application details with GMP and the Local Highway Authority (LHA).

  • Any person or their representatives operating under a Street Trading Licence or Consent must abide by the terms or conditions.

  • An application for a new or renewal Street Trading Licence or Consent will be granted unless there are grounds for refusal.

  • C Benit-Gbaffou In Quest for Sustainable Models of Street Trading Management: Lessons for Johannesburg post Operation Clean Sweep (2015).

  • This means that anyone who wishes to trade on the Streets in Trafford must do so with a valid Street Trading Consent or Licence.


More Definitions of Street Trading

Street Trading means (generally) the selling, or exposing or offering for sale, any article in a street
Street Trading means the selling or exposing or offering for sale of any article (including a living thing) in a street. The following are not street trading for the purposes of this policy:-
Street Trading means, subject to sub-paragraph (2) below, the selling or exposing or offering for sale of any article (including a living thing) in a street; and
Street Trading means the selling of any goods or the supplying or offering to supply any service for reward, in a public road, or public place, by a street trader;
Street Trading means the selling, offering or exposing for sale, or the delivering for gain or reward of any article, which is wholly or in part carried out in or from a public place; but does not include the occasional selling of any article if the net proceeds of the sale are wholly applied for the benefit of a church or school or other charitable or cultural purpose;
Street Trading means the selling of any goods (including a living thing) or the supplying or offering to supply any service for reward, as an informal trader, street vendor, peddler or hawker in a public place or a public road but does not include the sale of newspapers only.
Street Trading means the selling, or exposing or offering for sale, of any article in a street. ‘The Council’ or ‘District Council’ means Three Rivers District Council.