We deal with street trading licences for various streets in Newton Abbot and Teignmouth only.
There are only certain streets in which you are allowed to trade.
Newton Abbot consent streets
- Newton Road
- Kingsteignton Road
- Jetty Marsh Road
- The Avenue
- Courtenay Street
From 1st August 2009
- Union Street between Carlisle Street to Courtenay Street
- Queen Street between King Street and Courtenay Street
- East Street between Newfoundland Way and Bank Street
- Wolborough Street between Courtenay Street and junction with Highweek Way and
- whole of Bank Street
- whole of Highweek Way and Market Square
Teignmouth licensed streets
- Teign Street (including Pellew Arcade)
- Bank Street
- George Street
- Wellington Street
- Waterloo Street
- The Triangle
- Carlton Place
- Northumberland Place
Teignmouth prohibited streets
- The Point Car Park
- The Strand
- Powderham Terrace
- Den Crescent
- Den Promenade (including the carriageway and footway lying between the Den and the beach)
- The Esplanade
- Lifeboat Lane
- Brunswick Street
In determining the application, consideration will be given on whether the trade being offered would enhance both the street scene and trading opportunities in the town.
The application will not be approved if it would be detrimental to existing traders.
An application is to be submitted a minimum of 28 days prior to the proposed commencement of the street trading dates required. This is to allow for consultation to take place.
Street Trading consent in Newton Abbot (7 days only) £82
Street Trading licence in Teignmouth (annual) £225
Please note these fees are non refundable
These are dealt with by Devon and Cornwall police.
Start the journey
More info about the journey
- complete application form
- enclose copy of public liability insurance (£5,000,000)
- enclose fee (please note the fee is non refundable)
When we receive your application we will check it to make sure it's been completed correctly. We will contact you if there is anything else we need.
We will consult the following regarding your application.
- the town council
- the markets manager
- Devon County Council (Highways)
- our environmental health section
The consent/licence will then either be granted and we will send you our consent in the post or it may be refused or have additional conditions added to it.
If you have any queries, please contact us.