The City of Bayswater has recognised that there is an emerging national and international trend for ‘pop up’ mobile food vehicles as a means of activating under-utilised streets and public places to create social community hubs.
To address this need the City has developed a Mobile Food Vehicles Policy which includes potential locations for mobile food vehicles on public land (parks, reserves, streets or roads), waste management, fixtures, noise and advertising.
The City of Bayswater has approved the following 13 locations within the City for mobile food vehicles to operate at:
- AP Hinds Reserve, Bayswater;
- Bardon Park, Maylands;
- Beaufort Park, Bedford;
- Berringa Park, Maylands;
- Bert Wright Park, Bayswater;Operators can apply for the following permits:
- Broun Park, Embleton;
- Clarkson Reserve, Maylands;
- Claughton Reserve, Maylands;
- Crimea Park, Morley;
- Riverside Gardens, Bayswater;
- Robert Thompson Park, Noranda;
- Shearn Memorial Park, Maylands; and
- Wymond Park, Bayswater.
Alternative locations could also be considered if they meet the objectives of the Mobile Food Vehicles Policy.
Operators can apply for the following permits
- Crimea Park Evening (Friday, Saturday and Sunday 4pm onwards)
- Crimea Park (mornings between 6am and 1pm)
- 12 Other Approved locations
Crimea Park Expression of Interest Process
Traders wanting to operate from Crimea Park on the Friday to Sunday evening will be required to submit an Expression of Interest detailing how they meet the following assessment criteria:
| 1. Mobile Food Vehicle is operated by a resident of the City of Bayswater
2. Mobile Food Vehicle unique experience:
- Affordable food options;
- Range of food options (gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, child friendly etc.)
- Unique food experience (type of food not already available in the area / by another mobile food vehicle)
| 3. Strong marketing / social media presence
4. Area activation:
- Provide seats for patrons
- Ancillary entertainment / attractions
- Other activation initiatives.
Crimea Park is only available for a 6 month permit. If you already have a valid permit to trade in the City, an additional fee will not be charged. If your permit expires during the 6 months of the EOI process however, you will be required to apply for an additional permit allowing you to operate at Crimea Park for Friday to Sunday evening trade.
A maximum of 12 permits will be available for Crimea Park or trading on the Friday to Sunday evening. All 12 operators with a permit will be permitted to trade from Crimea Park at the same time.
The EOI process will be run twice a year for a summer permit (November - April) and a winter permit (May - October), with the current process closing on 5 October 2018 for summer trading (November 2018 to April 2019).
||3 month permit
||6 month permit
||12 month permit
|All Locations (including Crimea Park)
Upon receiving an application, the City will assess each application against the policy.
Once a mobile food vehicle is approved, it may operate in the approved location(s) for the duration of the permit period. An approved mobile food vehicle operator may be issued a three month, six month or 12 month permit. The City charges an application fee of $50 or $30 renewal fee.
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