Links to registers of public information about licensed premises, people or vehicles
Alcohol and Entertainment (Licensing Act 2003)
The Licensing Act covers sale of alcohol, sale of late night refreshment, regulated entertainment. The four types of licences available are Premises, Club Premises, Temporary Event Notices and Personal Licences.
Gambling (Act 2005)
Licensing and regulatory functions in relation to gambling activities in premises and also lotteries.
Annual licence required by sex establishments which include Sex shops, Sex Cinemas and Sexual Entertainment Venues
Licences required for Taxi Drivers, Taxi Operators, Vehicles (Hackney Carriage, Private Hire, or Pedicab), and Horse & Cart.
Also general information for the travelling public and taxi customers.
Licences for Boat Operators and boats hired out as Day Boats on inland waterways from locations in North Norfolk.
Licences required for Animal Boarding, Dangerous Wild Animals, Dog Breeding, Pet Shops, Riding Establishments, and Zoos.
Registration of the venues and operators who undertake the following treatments: Acupuncture, Tattooing, Cosmetic Piercing, Electrolysis and Semi-permanent skin colouring
Licences required for certain types of Street Trading and Scrap Metal Dealers
Licences required for House to House Collections and Street Collections.
Other Types of Licences
Links to other authority issued licences and information on Buskers.
Organising events (NNSAG)
The North Norfolk Safety Advisory Group advises on a number of issues relating to events
Licence required by proprietors of caravan sites provided for members of the public. All caravan sites require a site licence except for: those registered with the Caravan Club (CL) with a maximum of 5 pitches; or those registered with the Camping and Caravan Club (CS) with a maximum of 5 touring pitches and 5 tent pitches; or any site in existence prior to 1960.
- Business & Economy
- Business Waste and Recycling
- Economic Development
- National Non-Domestic (Business) Rates
The NNDC Environmental Health Enforcement Policy sets out principles of good enforcement and details how issues of Enforcement will be dealt with at NNDC.
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