Tag: Adelaide

Adelaide, AUS: Cap on Adelaide CBD food trucks begins

TWENTY-four food truck permits have been issued by the Adelaide City Council out of a possible 30 as its controversial new rules come into effect.

Adelaide, AUS: More than half of Adelaide’s food trucks gone

The State Government has urged the Adelaide City Council to reconsider its controversial food truck limit, after almost 30 operators failed to renew their licences for 2016.

Adelaide, AUS: Bid to overturn Adelaide’s new food truck rules falls through

A bid to overturn new rules relating to the number of food truck operators in the Adelaide CBD has failed.

Adelaide, AUS: Adelaide City Council to reduce number of food trucks and increase fees

The Adelaide City Council yesterday voted to reduce the number of food truck operators from 40 to 30 and increase licensing fees to $2,500 per year.

Adelaide, AUS: Adelaide City Council industry plan to result in CBD food trucks being...

THE number of food trucks in the CBD could be slashed and fees for operators increased under the latest plan for the industry under consideration by the Adelaide City Council.

Adelaide, AUS: Conservative Adelaide’s pop up hypocrisy

My business is being destroyed by that better business and it’s the Government’s fault”.

Adelaides, AUS: Do food trucks in Adelaide’s CBD really hurt local businesses?

MOBILE food trucks are not eating into the profits of traditional city businesses, the first major analysis of the growing new industry has found, and they in fact struggle to cover their own costs.

Adelaide, AUS: Adelaide Food Trucks – George Polites Calls for City Council to ban...

MILLIONAIRE property tycoon George Polites says Adelaide City Council should protect established city businesses by banning mobile food trucks and pulling support for pop-up venues such as the Royal Croquet Club.

Adelaide, AUS: Restaurants Push Food Truck Crackdown

Mobile food vans also weren’t subjected to the same regulatory framework as “bricks and mortar” businesses, and this needed to change.

Adelaide, AU: Adelaide West End Association Calls for Late Night Food Truck Festivals, Market...

Adelaide West End Association says Adelaide needs its own version of the Open Sydney plan, which sets night-time targets such as boosting the number of city users over 40 from 6 per cent to 40 per cent by 2030.