The holder of this Consent (hereinafter referred to as “the holder”, which expression where appropriate, includes joint holders of this Consent) and any person employed by him to assist him in his trading shall produce it or a photocopy of it on demand when so required by a Police Officer or a duly authorised officer of the Vale of Glamorgan Council (hereinafter referred to as “the Council”.)
The consent shall be displayed in a prominent position.
The holder shall take an active part in the running of the business of the street trading carried out under this Consent and shall not delegate the management thereof to any person.
In the event of an emergency, the holder and/or his employee shall move his vehicle, stall or other mode from which he is trading if requested by a Police Officer, Officer of the Council or of any of the emergency services.
The holder will remove any vehicle or stall or other mode used for immediately on the cessation of the hours stipulated on each day of trading.
The holder shall not cause any obstruction of the street or nuisance or danger to persons using it and shall not permit persons to gather around him or any vehicle, stall or other mode used in connection with the trading so as to cause a nuisance, or danger to any persons lawfully using the street.
The holder shall not do or suffer anything to be done in or on the street which in the opinion of the Council may be or become a danger, nuisance or annoyance to or cause damage or inconvenience to the Council or to the owners or occupiers of any adjacent or neighbouring premises or to members of the public.
The holder shall at all times carry a valid policy of insurance against public liability arising out of the street trading in respect of injuries to third parties and damage to property with a minimum indemnity of £500,000. The holder shall by request of an officer of the Council, produce satisfactory evidence of the said insurance cover.
The holder shall indemnify and save harmless the Council and their agents, servants, contractors and workmen from and against all proceedings, damages, claims or expenses in respect of an injury to a third party or damage to property which may be sustained by the Council or any person or persons body or company whatever arising out of or in any way connected with his trading and the provision of facilities under this Consent.
The holder shall not make any excavations or indentations of any description whatsoever in the surface of the street or places or fix any equipment of any description in the said surface.
The holder shall not place on the street any furniture or equipment other than as permitted by this Consent and he must maintain the same in a clean and tidy condition and not place them so as to obstruct the entrance to or exit from any premises.
If a stationary vehicle is used in connection with the street trading, any exhaust fumes there from shall be discharged vertically into the atmosphere, and oil drip trays shall be placed there under so as to protect the surface of the street.
No electronic amplifying equipment shall be used.
The holder of a consent for trading in hot foods shall at all times carry on the vehicle 4.5 kilo Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher.
Where the holder trades from a stationary vehicle, that vehicle shall in all respects, comply with the Motor Vehicle Construction and Use Regulations. Motor vehicles shall be capable of their own propulsion and shall not be towed into trading positions.
Where the mode of trading is from a stall, the construction and size thereof shall be subject to the approval of the Director Legal & Regulatory Services.
In the event of inclement weather a shelter can be used which should be no bigger than 3m x 3m.
Splash guards shall be installed to prevent any splashings or spillages from hot oil used on the barrow / cart / mobile van.
The stall should be attended at all times e.g. when going for toilet breaks, lunch breaks, comfort breaks or for the use of banking facilities.
All persons who position barrow / carts on site and remove at the end of trading must be suitably trained in manual handling techniques.
The holder shall keep his vehicle or stall or other mode used for trading, and
trading location and the immediately adjacent area in a clean and tidy condition during the permitted hours and also leave the same in a clean and tidy condition and unobstructed at the end of each period of trading.
The holder shall provide at his own cost and expense, litter bins or similar receptacles for the deposit of litter resulting from his street trading activities and remove them and their contents at the end of each period of trading.
The holder shall retain with his vehicle or stall or other mode used for trading, any water used or waste produced until the end of each period of trading on each day of such trading and then remove it or dispose of it elsewhere, and in particular shall not deposit any such waste near or into any street, drain or channel.
The Consent holder shall comply with all requirements of the Director of Legal, Public Protection and Housing in respect of the street trading.
No street trading shall be undertaken in breach of food hygiene, health and safety, public health or planning legislation or any other legislation and the requirements of the Vale of Glamorgan Council shall be complied with in respect of such matters.
The holder shall not assign, underlet or part with his interest or possession under this Consent or any part thereof, but he may surrender it to the Council at any time.
This Consent may be revoked by the Council at any time and the Council shall not in any circumstances whatsoever be liable to pay any compensation to the holder in respect of such revocation.
The Council may vary, amend or add to the conditions of this Consent at any time.