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Thank you for your reply regarding this matter,
We have had the e.v.h down on thursday and they asked me to close are they allowed to enforce this ? they told me I can't operate as i'm too close to the other food building even if I had a licence.taking into account that this is a private car park
any rules and advice would be great thank you
the public can drive into the car park and walk into it as there is no fence its all open, they had a complaint from the owner of the other catering premises, so they said I was to move as I was too close and had to be 150 meters away from them
I have applied to pay rates for the mobile catering unit, would I still have to apply for a street traders licence also or would that make it exempt for that ? I have had a look at the highlands councils web site and they have this rule about the 150 meters there, but underneath they say the its there guide line only and not a law, so by this remark surely they can't try and force it onto me to move
we have now sorted out all the stuff with the e.v.h regarding the rates and distance. now they think we need planning for the unit, do we require this as the unit has wheels on it?