If you operate a bar, restaurant or café and wish to put tables and chairs outside on a public footpath, you will generally require to obtain consent from your local Roads department. You might have seen this referred to as a Tables and Chairs Permit, Section 59 Consent or Street Café Permission, but each of these terms mean the same thing.
A fee for Roads consent is payable annually to your local council.
There are several things to consider when applying for Roads consent –
The expert team at Hill Brown Licensing can advise on your individual circumstances and the requirements of your local council.
To find out more, please contact our Licensing lawyers in Glasgow on 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online form.
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