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Find out training opportunities, plus any licences, permits, other approvals you might need for running a business in the Clarence Valley.
Find regulations and information on starting a skin penetration premises, and how to register your business with our Skin Penetration Premises Register.
The concept behind creating ‘Vibrant Places’ is that businesses can use the footpath, free of charge, in return for some creative thinking and a common-sense approach to adding colour, products, comfortable seating and entertainment onto our streets.
Clarence Valley Council is home to numerous manufactured home estates (MHEs), caravan parks and camping grounds. To operate as a MHE, caravan park or camping ground, Council’s approval to operate is required under clause 68 of the Local Government Act 1993.
The Clarence Valley offers great opportunities for food premises, plus a range of events and markets throughout the year. All food businesses, fixed or temporary, are required to be registered with Council.
The purpose of this policy is to provide specific criteria for the management of public land, including the use of mobile footpath and street signage, articles and other merchandising material or displays on public land. It relates to busking and live entertainment groups performing on public land, as well as fundraising activities in the Clarence Valley.