If you want to use the same trading space every week and avoid the daily casual allocation you will need to apply for a licence agreement.
Casual trading spaces at the New Smithfield Sunday Car Boot & Market are allocated on a first come, first served basis so all you need to do is turn up on Sunday and join the queue at the back of the market.
Please note: this does not include the sale of fresh food (e.g. catering units, ice-cream vans or butchers meat) which is restricted to licences.
A reservation charge of £120.00 + VAT per space is payable before completion of the licence agreement and issue of the early entry permit.
Market occupancy charges will also apply.
Application, guidance notes or terms and condition
a) Passport-sized colour photograph; b) Proof of identity (passport, driving licence, photo identity card); c) Proof of address (financial statement, utility bill or TV licence, insurance certificate etc); d) Public Liability Insurance policy document or NMTF membership card; e) Certificate of registration with Environmental for a food business establishment (if applicable); f) Certificate of registration with Trading Standards for a dealer in second-hand goods (if applicable).
Processing and timescales
Applications will be processed within two weeks, but this could take as long as eight weeks where the vacant space is subject to specific advertising timescales.
Where there are no vacant spaces we will keep applications on file for a maximum 3 months, and consider in future vacancies.
Following approval for regular occupancy, you the will be notified and a licence agreement will be posted to you for signing, with instruction to pay the initial reservation charge.
Once the licence has been completed, and the reservation charge paid, an early entry permit will be posted to you the within seven days thereafter.
Validity and renewals
Licences are issued on a six-monthly basis for a maximum of two spaces.
Licences are reviewed bi-annually on 31 January and 31 July.
Contact Markets in the first instance.