Licensing

Need more information or help with an application? You contact our licensing team through our online form or by emailing licensing@fenland.gov.uk.

Search and comment on current applications, consultations and review notices
Search and comment on current consultations, including the Draft Statement of Licensing Policy
A temporary pavement licence allows a licence holder to place removable furniture outside their premises for certain purposes
Activities that can impact on Animal Welfare may need a licence
You need a permit from us if you are going door-to-door collecting money or goods for charitable purposes in Fenland
You need a street collection permit if you are collecting money or selling goods for charitable purposes on a street or in a public place
You must register yourself and your premises with us if you want to offer the services of tattooing, semi-permanent tattooing, ear or body piercing, electrolysis or acupuncture
Can't find the answer you're looking for? Contact the licensing team
Every scrap metal dealer must have a licence. Operating without one is a criminal offence.

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