Street Collectors and Furniture Permits
Street Furniture Permits
What is street furniture?
Street furniture refers to all moveable advertising signs, A-frame signs, advertising flags, wind barriers, displays of goods, tables and chairs which are placed on a road or road-related area, such as a footpath.
What is a Street Furniture Permit and when do I need to apply for one?
(Hindmarsh Municipal Local Law, Part 9 Division 9.2-9.3)
If you are wanting to display advertising signs, advertising flags, A-frame signs, wind barriers, displays of goods, tables and/or chairs on the footpath in front of your building, a Street Furniture Permit is required to ensure that street furniture does not unreasonably impede, obstruct or hinder the movement of pedestrian traffic along the footpath.
How do I apply for a Street Furniture Permit?
To apply for a Street Furniture Permit, you will need to complete an Application for Street Furniture Permit. Click below to apply:
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Street Collectors Permits
What is a Street Collectors Permit and when do I need to apply for one?
(Hindmarsh Municipal Local Law, Part 8)
A person must not, without first obtaining a permit nor otherwise than in accordance with the conditions of any such permit, deal in goods or motor vehicles in or within any:
- vacant land;
- land which he or she does nor ordinarily occupy; or
- public place;
within the municipal district.
For example, if you are wanting to sell raffle tickets on a footpath, you will require a Street Collectors Permit.
How do I apply for a Street Collectors Permit?
To apply for a Street Collectors Permit, you will need to complete an Application for Street Collectors Permit. Click below to apply:
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