Car boot sales will also benefit from measures introduced last year to boost trade.
This includes outdoor markets, marquees, pop-up car boot sales or summer fairs not requiring a planning application to go ahead.
In addition, the following allowances will remain in force:
Greater flexibility for land to be used for temporary events – such as markets and motorsports – for up to 56 days instead of the usual 28 without planning permission.
Planning rules will continue to be relaxed to allow pubs and restaurants to operate as takeaways.
In March, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said: “We’re all looking forward to seeing pubs, cafes and restaurants open again as we start to gear up for what should be a great British summer.
“Therefore, I’m delighted to announce an extension on temporary provisions for pavement licences for a further 12 months.
“This will give further certainty to businesses as they recover from the effects of the pandemic.”