The process to seek approval for the use of AlburyCity’s high profile public spaces for a commercial activity is via an Expression of Interest. High profile areas include QEII Square, Riverside Precinct (excluding Noreuil Park foreshore), Wonga Wetlands and Kremur Street Boat Ramp.Applicants are strongly encouraged to read AlburyCity’s Commercial Activities on Public Land Policy and the Guiding Principles prior to lodging an EOI to ensure that your application has all required information.
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Additional information and/or approvals may be required to process your EOI and AlburyCity is happy to discuss your application at any time.
If you are currently conducting a commercial activity, be sure to read the Guiding Principles to ensure it aligns with AlburyCity’s vision in terms of commercial activities on public land.
If you are thinking of starting a new business venture, this of course comes with potential risks. AlburyCity encourages you to seek professional advice to explore all elements of your proposed operation prior to submitting an EOI.
AlburyCity is not able to assist with advice on potential financial implications, viability or feasibility so it’s important that applicants invest their time in developing a comprehensive business plan which also aligns with Council policy and guiding principles.
If you experience any difficulties completing this form please contact us on 02 6023 8111 or email email@example.com
Health requirements may vary depending on your proposal. Applicants intending to serve food and drinks are required to consult with AlburyCity’s Environmental Health Officers about requirements in relation to the food safety and legislation. Contact AlburyCity’s Environmental Health Team on 02 6023 8111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Detail your business proposal addressing the guiding principles
Please attach Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance (minimum $20,000,000)
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Provide details of two trade references