The application process to trade and advertise within the Event Zones has now closed.
All applications received before the deadline of 31 March will be processed in due course.
The following activities are considered as being automatically authorised:
- WiFi services unintentionally extending beyond the usual business premises into an open public place.
- Providing emergency vehicle repair in an open public place.
- Selling boat fuel from a pontoon-based filling station on public land.
- Providing essential boat repairs in an open public place.
- Providing an automated, unattended teller machine from the fabric of a building dispensing cash withdrawals and other banking services to a bank customer in an open public place.
This is because the activity is unlikely to prejudice public safety or security. However they are subject to the following terms and conditions:
1) Nothing herein contained shall prejudice the rights, powers, duties and obligations of the ODA, the local council or any other enforcing authority under any public or private statutes, orders, regulations or byelaws.
2) Nothing contained in these conditions shall relieve or excuse the trader or their employee or agent from any legal duty or liability.
3) Where no specific requirements are contained in any applicable licence, permit, authorisation etc, the trader shall ensure compliance will all applicable laws or equivalent European Standards including but not limited to health and safety, fire safety and employment laws or standards
4) Except for traders solely undertaking a public charitable collection or solely trading in a mobile manner on foot, the trader shall at all times maintain an adequate level of insurance and shall produce evidence of such insurance any time upon request.
5) The trader shall not, without specific authorisation from the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited (LOCOG), undertake any form of advertising activity other than displaying a trade name, displaying goods for sale, price lists and/or information about the goods being sold.
6) Trading in breach of any of these terms and conditions may lead to enforcement action by the ODA or a police constable.