Other licences and registration
Information on licences for to sell pets, animal boarding establishments, dog breeding riding establishments, performing animals, dangerous wild animals and zoos
Here you will find information on how to apply for a licence to provide boarding for cats or dogs
Here you will find information on how to apply for a licence to operate a Riding Establishment.
Here you will find information on how to apply for a licence to keep or train animals for exhibition.
Apply for a zoo licence if you’ll be displaying wild animals to the public for at least 7 days a year, in any place that’s not a circus or pet shop.
To authorise the supply of alcohol and regulated entertainment in a qualifying club you need a club premises certificate
You may need to apply for a club premises certificate if you’re a social, sporting or political members club.
Information on how to apply for a full variation of a Club Premises Certificate
Read the guidance and apply for a gambling licence if you want to provide facilities for gambling activities
Temporary Use Notices must be submitted on the correct forms. The completed notice, together with the required fee, must be given to the licensing authority at least 3 months prior to the proposed event.
The Licensing Act 2003 deals with the licensing of premises and registered clubs where alcohol is sold or supplied, and regulated entertainment or late night refreshment is being provided
Applications for registration for small society lotteries must be submitted on the correct form
Apply for licences to store explosives or fireworks, and to sell fireworks all year round
Scrap Metal Dealers Licence information and application forms
Here you will find information about how to apply for a Sex Establishment Licence, ie Sex Shop, Sex Cinema, or Sexual Entertainment Venue.
Information on the grant or renewal of a Sex Establishment Licence
Information on the Sunday Trading Act (1994), loading and unloading at large shops on Sunday and the application process required for consent.
Apply for an occasional sale (boot sale/table top sale) licence if you want to hold a car boot or table top sale in a car park or open space
Occasional Sales Licence (including car boot and table top sales)
Anyone wishing to run a "Near Beer Premises" in the borough will require a licence from the Council.