Street Permits Review

Consultation has concluded

Council is committed to making the City a more vibrant place that is culturally inclusive and safe for all users. We want to ensure that people can dine in our restaurants, walk down the footpaths, socialise in our pubs, enjoy events, shop in Rundle Mall, attend our schools and universities, experience the parklands, and feel safe whilst doing so.

We asked you how you feel about the city streets:

  • Should smoking be banned in Outdoor dining areas? View the 'Quick Poll' results on the right-hand side.
  • Has outdoor dining, or people queuing ever bothered you? View what others previously said in the Discussion Forum.

Project Information

  • View the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for the background information on this project.

Council is committed to making the City a more vibrant place that is culturally inclusive and safe for all users. We want to ensure that people can dine in our restaurants, walk down the footpaths, socialise in our pubs, enjoy events, shop in Rundle Mall, attend our schools and universities, experience the parklands, and feel safe whilst doing so.

We asked you how you feel about the city streets:

  • Should smoking be banned in Outdoor dining areas? View the 'Quick Poll' results on the right-hand side.
  • Has outdoor dining, or people queuing ever bothered you? View what others previously said in the Discussion Forum.

Project Information

  • View the 'Related Documents' section on the right-hand side for the background information on this project.

Consultation has concluded
  • Street Permits - What gets reviewed,

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    One of the ways that we can ensure certain activities such as outdoor dining, busking, preaching and street trading are carried out in a safe manner is through the issuing of permits and licenses.
    We are currently undergoing a review of our Policies and Guidelines in relation to these activities and we invite you to have Your Say about how we can improve the vibrancy and safety of our City.

    Your ideas and opinions will help shape a new set of guidelines for how we manage:
    • Outdoor Dining including tables, chairs, planter boxes, heaters and barriers on the footpath
    • Charity collections
    • Busking
    • Distribution of literature and free samples
    • Street trading and vendors
    • Construction and Maintenance works in the public realm

    We want to know what your priorities are for the City and how Council can manage the balance between vibrancy and safety for all.

    One of the ways that we can ensure certain activities such as outdoor dining, busking, preaching and street trading are carried out in a safe manner is through the issuing of permits and licenses.
    We are currently undergoing a review of our Policies and Guidelines in relation to these activities and we invite you to have Your Say about how we can improve the vibrancy and safety of our City.

    Your ideas and opinions will help shape a new set of guidelines for how we manage:
    • Outdoor Dining including tables, chairs, planter boxes, heaters and barriers on the footpath
    • Charity collections
    • Busking
    • Distribution of literature and free samples
    • Street trading and vendors
    • Construction and Maintenance works in the public realm

    We want to know what your priorities are for the City and how Council can manage the balance between vibrancy and safety for all.