Mobile Food Vending Guidelines

This consultation has concluded.

This project page from the year 2013 provides historical information on the Mobile Food Vendors Program.

Please click through to the 2015 Mobile Food Vendors Program page for CURRENT information.

This project page from the year 2013 provides historical information on the Mobile Food Vendors Program.

Please click through to the 2015 Mobile Food Vendors Program page for CURRENT information.

This consultation has concluded.
  • 2013 Project Information

    almost 3 years ago

    The mobile food vending program aims to activate and co-create vibrant city places and spaces with cultural and creative activities and events. As part of the Splash Adelaide Program, trial permits for mobile food vending in the city have been provided over the past 18 months.

    Guidelines have been developed for the continuation of the mobile food vending program following the trial. We recently sought your feedback on these draft guidelines.

    Project Information

    • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
    • View the FAQs section on the right-hand side...

    The mobile food vending program aims to activate and co-create vibrant city places and spaces with cultural and creative activities and events. As part of the Splash Adelaide Program, trial permits for mobile food vending in the city have been provided over the past 18 months.

    Guidelines have been developed for the continuation of the mobile food vending program following the trial. We recently sought your feedback on these draft guidelines.

    Project Information

    • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for background information on this project.
    • View the FAQs section on the right-hand side for commonly asked questions about this project.

  • Decison made!

    over 6 years ago

    At the Council meeting on 14 May 2013, Council endorsed the proposed guidelines for mobile food vending. A maximum of 40 permits will be issued from 1 August 2013. Applications will be open from June 1 - 30 and application forms will be available here from 1 June 2013.

    Information Session
    An information session for Mobile Food Vendors will be held on Monday June 3 from 3pm to 5pm at Council Building, 25 Pirie Street Adelaide.

    To RSVP for this session, please email SplashAdelaide@adelaidecitycouncil.com by Wednesday May 29.

    Further information including permit fees will be posted here asap, please check back with us for updates.

    Click here to view:
    Endorsed Mobile Food Vending Guidelines

    At the Council meeting on 14 May 2013, Council endorsed the proposed guidelines for mobile food vending. A maximum of 40 permits will be issued from 1 August 2013. Applications will be open from June 1 - 30 and application forms will be available here from 1 June 2013.

    Information Session
    An information session for Mobile Food Vendors will be held on Monday June 3 from 3pm to 5pm at Council Building, 25 Pirie Street Adelaide.

    To RSVP for this session, please email SplashAdelaide@adelaidecitycouncil.com by Wednesday May 29.

    Further information including permit fees will be posted here asap, please check back with us for updates.

    Click here to view:
    Endorsed Mobile Food Vending Guidelines

  • Project Update: May 2013

    over 6 years ago

    In early April, the Mobile Food Vending Guidelines was presented to Council for endorsement. The decision to endorse the guidelines was deferred pending further information regarding the number of permits, permit fees and relative operating costs of Mobile Food Vendors compared to traders operating in cafes, etc.

    On 7 May a revised report went to City Culture and Community Services Committee. The Committee have recommended the following to Council:

    • An investigation into the feasibility of an economic analysis including a business impact assessment to be completed in December
    • Council endorses the draft Mobile Food Vending Guidelines
    • The maximum number of Food Vending Permits to be set at 40 from 1 August 2013; and
    • An evaluation of the program to be completed by June 2014.

    The revised report will be presented to Council on 14 May. Please stay tuned for further updates.

    Click to view the:

    For more info, visit the SPLASH Adelaide website
    http://splashadelaide.com.au/what-is-splash/mobile-food-vendors/

    In early April, the Mobile Food Vending Guidelines was presented to Council for endorsement. The decision to endorse the guidelines was deferred pending further information regarding the number of permits, permit fees and relative operating costs of Mobile Food Vendors compared to traders operating in cafes, etc.

    On 7 May a revised report went to City Culture and Community Services Committee. The Committee have recommended the following to Council:

    • An investigation into the feasibility of an economic analysis including a business impact assessment to be completed in December
    • Council endorses the draft Mobile Food Vending Guidelines
    • The maximum number of Food Vending Permits to be set at 40 from 1 August 2013; and
    • An evaluation of the program to be completed by June 2014.

    The revised report will be presented to Council on 14 May. Please stay tuned for further updates.

    Click to view the:

    For more info, visit the SPLASH Adelaide website
    http://splashadelaide.com.au/what-is-splash/mobile-food-vendors/

  • Update April 2013

    over 6 years ago

    On 9 April 2013 The Mobile Food Vending Guidelines will be going before the City Culture & Community Services Committee to reccomend for Council endorsement on 16 April 2013. To view the Committee agenda, please click here.

    The report that will be going to Committee along with the final draft Mobile Food vending Guidlines for endorsement, the community feedback and an exclusion comparison map are now publicly available.

    click on the links below to read the,

    On 9 April 2013 The Mobile Food Vending Guidelines will be going before the City Culture & Community Services Committee to reccomend for Council endorsement on 16 April 2013. To view the Committee agenda, please click here.

    The report that will be going to Committee along with the final draft Mobile Food vending Guidlines for endorsement, the community feedback and an exclusion comparison map are now publicly available.

    click on the links below to read the,

  • Mobile food vendors to get new guidelines

    over 6 years ago

    In an effort to continue to support Adelaide’s flourishing mobile food scene, Adelaide City Council’s City Culture and Community Services Committee last night voted in favour of a move toward introducing a set of vendor guidelines.

    The proposed guidelines aim to provide mobile food vendors with a more streamlined registration process and ensure they can continue to operate without compromising the interests of established businesses.

    Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said, “Mobile food vendors have really helped us enliven the city over the past 18 months. While we want to give people the opportunity to experiment, the new guidelines will help us work more professionally with mobile food vendors.

     

    Please click here to read the full Media Release.

    In an effort to continue to support Adelaide’s flourishing mobile food scene, Adelaide City Council’s City Culture and Community Services Committee last night voted in favour of a move toward introducing a set of vendor guidelines.

    The proposed guidelines aim to provide mobile food vendors with a more streamlined registration process and ensure they can continue to operate without compromising the interests of established businesses.

    Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said, “Mobile food vendors have really helped us enliven the city over the past 18 months. While we want to give people the opportunity to experiment, the new guidelines will help us work more professionally with mobile food vendors.

     

    Please click here to read the full Media Release.