STREET TRADING PRE
APPLICATION ADVICE
REQUEST FORM
I have read the policy for street trading consents, which accompanied this application form, and hereby
submit the following pre-application for advice based on such consent. The Full policy is available through the
councils website www.cherwell.gov.uk
1.
Title
Mr
Mrs
Other
If other please state
Surname
Forenames
Trading Name (if any)
In order for The Council to process your data for the aforementioned purpose, we are required
to have your consent. By providing your consent, your rights under current data protection
legislation are unaffected.
By ticking this box, I give my consent for The Council to process my data for the purposes of
processing the attached application and any future enforcement.
2.
Home Address
Postcode
Telephone Number
Email Address
National Insurance No.
3.
Brief descriptions of
Articles to be sold
4.
Type of Stall or Vehicle
4 a.
Brief description of stall
or vehicle (to include
dimensions and sketch
or photo)
4 b.
Registration
Number/Fleet No if
known
Type of generator used
e.g. Diesel/electric.
If LPG will be used please
submit a Gas Safe
inspection Report
5.
Address of premises
used for
storage/accommodation
of food (if any) and
vehicle:
6.
Proposed trading
locations to be specified
(a plan or Map must be
included) or please
state “mobile” if this
applies (see Peripatetic
Street Trading in the
policy)
7.
Proposed days and
times of trading
8.
Are you registered with
a council as a food
business.
If yes please state
which council
10.
Do you or anyone who
is employed in the sale
of food hold a
certificate or other
evidence of having
attended an approved
course of food hygiene
training?
11.
Will you be the sole
operator of the
vehicle or stall?
(If not, please give
details or the names
and addresses of the
person(s) who will
assist you)
12.
Fees
Assistance with application form
£40
Preliminary Application with
Consultation
£60
Site Visit
£60
13.
Declaration
I understand that:
1) The final decision is made by Council Members or under delegated authority after the
application has been submitted and been subject to a consultation period. You should
therefore be aware that the council’s officers are unable to give any guarantees about
the decision that will be made in relation to applications.
2) This service only applies to pre-application assistance therefore ceases to apply once the
application is submitted.
3) The council will not deal with your request for assistance until we receive payment.
4) A new case officer (i.e. different from the officer providing pre-application advice) will be
assigned once you have submitted your licensing application.
5) The confidentiality of information provided to the council cannot be guaranteed because it
is subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act and the
council may be obligated to disclose information about pre-application assistance requests
and the advice that we have provided.
Signed:
Print:
Date:
Information regarding your application may be shared with government departments, HM
Revenue & Customs, the Department for Work & Pensions, the police and others.
South Northamptonshire Council complies with the Data Protection Act 1998 and will follow
the act in dealing with any information we receive.
Please send your completed application and all relevant supporting documentation
to:
Licensing,
Cherwell District Council
Bodicote House
Bodicote
OX15 4AA
licensing@cherwell-dc.gov.uk
001295 753744
Privacy Notice
LICENSING - Privacy Notice
LICENSING
What is Licensing?
Administering, enforcing and regulating licences, registrations, permits and related permissions
(called “authorisations”) within the remit of the Licensing service
Contact details specific to service
If you have any queries that are specific to Licensing please contact us via the following:
licensing@cherwell-dc.gov.uk
How we use your information for Licensing
The information we request is only used for the intended licensing purpose but if we intend to use it
for any other purpose we will normally ask you first. In some cases, the Council may use your
information for another purpose if it has a legal duty to do so, to provide a complete service to you, to
prevent and detect fraud, or if there is a risk of serious harm or threat to life.
Who will have access to my personal data?
Information is shared with other regulatory and enforcement authorities including, but not limited to,
other Council services; the police; HM Revenues and Custom; Home Office Immigration; NHS
services, and other local authorities when allowed to by law for the purposes of the administration and
enforcement of authorisations, and for the purposes of the prevention and detection of crime, public
safety, public health, protection of the environment and prevention of fraud.
Certain information about authorisations (including in particular your name and the address of any
premises to which an authorisation applies) may be published on a public register on our website
when we are required to by law. Authorisations that have to be determined by our Councillors will be
published in minutes on our website.
What information is processed?
We collect confidential personal information where required by law including names; addresses; dates
of birth; contact details; details of qualifications and occupations; nationality; ownership of land,
premises or property; previous criminal convictions; medical status; bank account and other financial
account details; details of family and other relationships where necessary.
Retention period
All information will usually be retained in line with current Council retention policies.
Some information, for example criminal conviction information relating to an application for an
authorisation will be disposed of as soon as the relevant decision has been made in relation to that
application.
We will keep information about any enforcement action we take for three years from the date of the
enforcement. Enforcement action means but may not be limited to warnings, requirements, simple
cautions, statutory notices, or prosecutions.
Summary of rights
You have a number of statutory rights to the information we hold on you, which include access, these
are explained in the “Summary of the data subject’s rights” section of our website found under
https://www.cherwell.gov.uk/privacy-and-cookies this page includes the councils privacy policy.
Alternatively you can request this information by email: informationgovernance@cherwell-dc.gov.uk
Or by post:
The Information Governance Team
Cherwell District Council
Bodicote House
Bodicote
Banbury
Oxfordshire
OX15 4AA
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