Revised Footpath Trading and Access Policy 2018

Consultation closing on 08 May 2018

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Monash Council is reviewing its Footpath Trading and Access Policy to ensure its outdoor trading areas build on the city’s reputation as a foodie destination, and is seeking community feedback on the proposed changes (until 8 May 2018).

Council’s vision for its outdoor trading areas is for vibrant, attractive and family-friendly areas where the enjoyment and serving of food is the focus.

When a local business wants to make use of an outdoor trading area on Council-owned land, as part of Council’s assessment of these requests under the revised Footpath Trading Policy, we will be wanting to ensure that traders make food available for consumption in these areas at all times, rather than restrict areas to drinking only.

Please read: Revised Footpath Trading and Access Policy 2018 (PDF, 708KB)

The main changes are to sections 1.2 (Council's vision for outdoor trading areas) and 4.2 (Council’s vision for Eaton Mall).

Read the media release: Council is reviewing its Footpath Trading and Access Policy.

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Tell us what you think about the Revised Footpath Trading and Access Policy:

  • Mail: Monash City Council, Community Laws, PO Box 1, Glen Waverley VIC 3150

Please share your ideas and comments by Tuesday 8 May 2018.

Enquiries: Talana Cook, Coordinator Community Laws, on 9518 3449 or Talana.Cook@monash.vic.gov.au.

Location

293 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley 3150 View Map

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