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There are two types of stallholders trading at Salamanca Market: Licenced and Casual. Of the 328 sites at the Market, 297 are used by Licenced businesses and 31 are available for Casual traders.
The majority of Salamanca Market traders are Licenced Stallholders, who hold Licences between themselves and Hobart City Council. Licenced stallholders are permitted to trade at the Market as well as transfer their Licences when they sell their businesses. To buy a Salamanca Market business, you will need to contact the business owner directly. Hobart City Council is not involved in financial negotiations between the buying and selling parties. The Council’s role is to pre-approve changes to product line(s) and assess operational suitability within the Market of a prospective Licenced stallholder, process the transfer of Licence and request proof of the payment of stamp duty. Licenced Stallholders are also required to pay weekly site fees to Hobart City Council. Site fees are paid quarterly.
If you wish to change or add to the product line sold by the site business, you will first need to have your product line(s) approved by the Hobart City Council. Obtain a Request for Product Line Pre-Approval form from The Hobart City Council. On average, it takes 2 weeks for product line assessments to be processed. Detailed Licence terms and conditions and other Stallholder Resources can be downloaded from the Hobart City Council’s website.