Council to waive fees for street furniture
The council are waiving fees for street furniture to help boost trade in the City.
However traders are being reminded that they still require a license to set up tables and seating on a public road.
The Council say they will be processing license applications as quickly as possible and are advising businesses to apply early.
Traders who have an existing license which requires changes are also advised to submit a revised application, while those who do not require any changes are advised to contact the Council to let them know
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