Gambling Act 2005 - Guidance Notes & Forms
Gambling Policy - pdf
Licensing Act 2003 - Guidance Notes & Forms Online
Licensing Policy - pdf
Licensing - Officer Deligated Decisions
It is the policy of Selby District Council to check that licensed and registered premises comply with the relevant legislation and guidance.
Officers carry out regular inspections of premises to make sure high standards are maintained in the areas of public safety, animal welfare and preventing nuisance. If we find that premises are below the set standards, we will require the owner of the business to improve standards.
Officers are always willing to offer advice to new or established businesses to help owners operate within established guidance, conditions or byelaws. The licensing team works closely with the Police and Fire Brigade to ensure that public safety is maintained.
Many of our licences are available to apply online. Please see the relevant links below for further information. You can find out more on the website about the following licensing issues:
Exotic, Dangerous or Wild Animals
Licensing Act 2003
Temporary Event Notice
House to House Collections
Illegal Street Trading
Taxi and Cab Licences
Hackney Carriage & Private Vehicle Hire - Fares for the Public
Taxi Licence Fees - Information for Taxi Drivers
Bouncers/Door Supervisors (Licensing Act 2003)
Car Boot Sales
Civil Marriage & Partnership Ceremonies - Registration of Venues
Explosives & Fireworks
Food Premises Inspections
Food Premises Registration
Massage & Special Treatment (MST)
Scaffolding & Hoarding
Second Hand Goods
Tattooists, Piercings & Electrolysis
Water Sports Licences
Designated Public Place Orders (DPPOs)
Find out the current Licence fees.
Revised Licensing Policy
The Licensing Policy considers the following issues:
- Council's licensing strategy;
- Criteria for licensing premises;
- Grant of licences;
- Our enforcement policy; and
- How we deal with the licensing objectives.
You can view the revised licensing policy and its appendices on the Council Policies page.
All English legislation from 1988 onwards is available to view online at the HMSO website. For legislation before 1988, you can buy paper copies over the internet from the supplier of official publications.
Find out the role of the Licensing Committee and the Councillors who make up its membership.
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