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22-02-2021, 16:21   #31
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You might need planning
Not normally ... Especially if the stall is mobile ( and actually moved ) , and also if there isn't already planning on the ground you're using .. ( ie. It's part of a planning stipulation , eg , parking for a development or business ) that's unlikely if it's a just a gravel area ,
Find out who actually owns it ... That's who's consent you need ,
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Not normally ... Especially if the stall is mobile ( and actually moved ) , and also if there isn't already planning on the ground you're using .. ( ie. It's part of a planning stipulation , eg , parking for a development or business ) that's unlikely if it's a just a gravel area ,
Find out who actually owns it ... That's who's consent you need ,
If the gravel area is part of a business premises curtilage, the (granted) use of the business is what the planning is going to be relevant to. There's a world of difference from a coffee unit operating from a large pub car park vs outside an industrial unit on a busy roundabout and which one you are likely to get away with trading from.
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If the gravel area is part of a business premises curtilage, the (granted) use of the business is what the planning is going to be relevant to. There's a world of difference from a coffee unit operating from a large pub car park vs outside an industrial unit on a busy roundabout and which one you are likely to get away with trading from.
Thanks everybody. Its a gravel area outside an old pub that's not operating anymore. It's off the road. There is no other business operating in the coffee sector in the area. It is a hugely popular walking area.
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Thanks everybody. Its a gravel area outside an old pub that's not operating anymore. It's off the road. There is no other business operating in the coffee sector in the area. It is a hugely popular walking area.
Have you permission of the landowner?
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Have you permission of the landowner?
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Thanks everybody. Its a gravel area outside an old pub that's not operating anymore. It's off the road. There is no other business operating in the coffee sector in the area. It is a hugely popular walking area.
You probably wouldn't need planning in that case, as there's no change in use: pubs can and do sell coffee. It might be worth getting confirmation of this from the local council of this (there is a formal name for this, which I can't recall). If you have that, it makes it a lot simpler if someone subsequently does complain.
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Thanks very much. Awaiting a reply from them with info.
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Would the landowner have to have insurance?Or could you be added
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Would the landowner have to have insurance?Or could you be added
The landowner would/should have insurance appropriate to the liability associated with their own business. The OP's liability and the landowners is distinct and separate and it would be standard practice that each party would hold their own individual insurance.
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Best check if you can trade on private property first. It’s not as cut and dried as you think.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.t...b2021/%3famp=1
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Best check if you can trade on private property first. It’s not as cut and dried as you think.

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There's more to that story that isn't relevant to the OP's situation.
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