You will require this permit if you intend to provide an alfresco dining area in a street or public place. An alfresco dining area is an outside eating area adjoining a shop, cafe or restaurant where tables, chairs and other structures are provided for the use of patrons.
This permit covers a specified portion of an adjoining street or public place.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To be eligible for this permit you must:
- Hold current public indemnity insurance policy for not less than $10 million;
- Provide the Council with a plan and specification of the proposed eating area on a scale of 1:50 showing the position of tables, chairs and structures proposed to be provided in the proposed outdoor eating facility; and the location and dimensions of the proposed outdoor eating facility;
- Provide the Council with a plan and specification of the proposed outdoor eating facility and the area incorporated within 30 metres beyond the boundaries of the proposed eating area on a scale of 1:200 showing the location of all carriageways, footpaths, public facilities, public places, streets and street alignments; and
- Provide the Council with colour photographs or brochures of the tables, chairs and other structures intended to be used in the proposed outdoor eating facility.
$220 plus $50 per chair.
$50 plus $50 per chair.
Local Government Act 1995 (Western Australia)
Local law(s) name
Trading in Public Places Local Law 2001
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