Street traders need to apply for a consent to trade in the borough of Elmbridge from either: a fixed location on the road as a peripatetic (mobile) trader, such as an ice-cream van who moves around the borough and not from a fixed location Before you apply for street trading consent, read the documents on street trading: Document Street trading policy (PDF, 366.42KB) Document Guidance notes - Street trading consent (PDF, 348.8KB) Document Street trading fees and charges (PDF, 155.09KB) Document Public notice - resolution and street trading (PDF, 38.5KB) You will need to provide key details so we and partners including the Police, Surrey County Council and Highways, can determine if a request for consent should be granted. Apply for street trading consent You will need to pay a fee to get a street trading consent and you will need to renew the consent annually. There is no automatic right to renewal. Street trading is prohibited, and a consent will not be granted, on the following road: A245 (Byfleet Road) from the Painshill roundabout to the junction with Brooklands Road A244 (Warren lane), Oxshott - along its entire length Copsem Lane, Esher - along its entire length Claremont Lane, Esher - along its entire length A309 (Hampton Court Way) - along its entire length A307 (Portsmouth Road, Esher) from the Scilly Isles to Fairmile Lane Document Map of prohibited roads (PDF, 9.51MB) Please note that as of May 2023 our constitution contains amendments which affect the decision making on street trading consent licensing. For further information, or if you have a concern regarding a street trader email your query to email@example.com.