PERMIT APPLICATION – RECREATIONAL TRADES (FITNESS OPERATORS) IN OPEN SPACE Permits are valid for a period of twelve months. Where there is high demand for particular locations, Council may assign trainers to specific areas of parks and reserves and/or conduct ballots for access to popular locations. Name of applicant: Business name: Business Address: Phone: Mobile: Email: Is the business based YES / NO (Please circle) in Darebin? DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED ACTIVITIES PROPOSED RESERVE/LOCATION PROPOSED ACTIVITY SCHEDULE PRIVACY STATEMENT The collection and handling of personal information is in accordance with Council’s Privacy Policy which is displayed on Council’s website and available for inspection at, or collection from, Council’s customer service centre/s. A1558804 Please detail the proposed activities location(s) and times to be held during the permit period. Activity Location AM PM Day Time Day Time e.g. Group Fitness e.g. Jones Reserve e.g. e.g. e.g. e.g. Saturday 7 – 8am Monday 6 –7pm AGREEMENT TO COMPLY I/We agree to comply with the terms of the access permit and accompanying Conditions of Use. Name: Business Name: Signature: ADDITIONAL TRAINERS (IF APPLICABLE) I/We agree to comply with the terms of the access permit and accompanying Conditions of Use. Name: Signature: Name: Signature: PRIVACY STATEMENT The collection and handling of personal information is in accordance with Council’s Privacy Policy which is displayed on Council’s website and available for inspection at, or collection from, Council’s customer service centre/s. A1558804 CONDITIONS OF USE Commercial health and fitness operators granted a permit to access public open space in Darebin must agree to abide by the following Conditions of Use. 1. Darebin Council may, at its discretion, restrict or prohibit activities undertaken by commercial fitness operators on public open space to preserve park and residential amenity, park conditions and participant and other park user safety. 2. Permitted Locations 2.1 Commercial health and fitness operators are permitted to conduct activities in the public open spaces nominated in Appendix 1. These locations will be regularly reviewed by Council and operators advised of any proposed amendments. 2.2 Access may be subject to turf condition and impact of weather (e.g. drought or prolonged inclement conditions), maintenance requirements, temporary hazards and conflicting community events. 2.3 Authorised Council Officers may request operators to leave or relocate where conditions are unsuitable or unsafe, or where non-permitted activities are being undertaken. 3. Access times 3.1 Activities are permitted:  Monday to Saturday between 6.00am and 8.30pm  Sunday between 7am and 8.30pm 3.2 Activities involving amplified music or which generate noise emissions that do not comply with Environmental Protection Act 1970 (Victoria) are not permitted. 3.3 Permit applications will specify session times and are valid for a period of twelve (12) months. 3.4 Use of sporting reserves is permitted where there are no community-based sports activities taking place. Community-based sports activities will have priority to sporting reserves over commercial fitness activities. 4. Permanent and temporary infrastructure and signage 4.1 Temporary or fixed structures such as tents, marquees, shelters, exercise infrastructure, shipping containers, lighting or audio systems, barricades or fencing are not permitted to be placed or erected on public open space. 4.2 Advertising signage, stakes, rope or tape may not be erected without written authorisation from Council and must comply with Council’s Outdoor Advertising Policy. 5. Access to reserve amenities 5.1 Permits do not entitle holders access to sport pavilions, toilets, rotundas or shelters, sports lighting or on-site storage. Permit holders and their clients may access open public toilets when and where these are made available for use by the general public. 5.2 Activities that obstruct key areas such as circuit paths, turf wicket tables, outdoor fitness equipment, memorials or statues, playgrounds, and picnic areas are not permitted 6. Risk Management 6.1 Areas where activities are to take place should be inspected by permit holders prior to the commencement of each session to ensure that there are no hazards. Any identified hazards should be reported immediately to Council Customer Service (Phone: 8470 8888) and activities moved to a safe loc

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