Licensing service COVID 19 (Coronavirus) update Find out the latest advice and updates from licensing Premises Licences Individuals or organisations which provide licensable activities, i.e selling alcohol, providing regulated entertainment (live or recorded music, films, plays etc), or supplying late-night refreshment, must hold licences to authorise these activities, under the Licensing Act 2003. Personal Licences A personal licence is a portable licence issued to an individual which allows them to authorise sales of alcohol from premises that hold a premises licence. Gambling & Gaming Premises licences for adult gaming centres, betting shops, bingo halls, etc. Permits and notifications for gaming machines, and other low stake and prize gaming in members clubs and licensed premises. Registrations for small society lotteries. Street Trading licences Licences to trade on or within 7 meters of the public highway and permission to place tables and chairs on the highway. Temporary Event Notices Allows you to provide licensable activities on a one-off or infrequent basis. Can either be used at unlicensed premises, for example a community, school or charity fundraising event or at licensed premises to extend the normal licence, for a special occasion. Animal licences Licences for animal boarding businesses (including home boarders and day care) dog breeders, selling animals as pets, hiring out horses, keeping or training animals for exhibition, dangerous wild animals and zoos. What we don't licence Some licences are administered by other organisations or Council departments. Massage and Special Treatments Licence for premises offering tattooing, piercing, laser, massage, manicure and pedicure, UV tanning, sauna and other special treatment of a like kind. Additional licensing information Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 Sex Establishments Sports Ground Certificate Hypnotism Film Classification Explosives Fees Here you will find our current application fees.