Individuals or organisations seeking to use Harbour Trust land for an activity that is commercial in nature must apply for a Commercial Activity Permit and secure the approval of the Harbour Trust.
A commercial activity includes (but is not limited to) an activity where the primary purpose is to make a profit; an activity where an individual (e.g. a sports coach, tour guide) is remunerated for providing a service; and free-of-charge activities, tours, courses or transport offered in conjunction with a commercial product or service.
Examples of commercial activities can include orienteering, bike riding tours or lessons, creative and performing art classes, team building exercises and sports activity.
The Harbour Trust offers permits for commercial activities involving up to 100 people on a one-off or ongoing basis, depending on the applicant’s requirements.