Licensing

Alcohol and Entertainment

Information can be found on how to apply for premises licences, club premises certificates, TENs and personal alcohol licences. You can apply for most of these licences online by going to our public register.

Taxi Licensing

Details on how to apply for taxi licences and other general information on Breckland's taxi drivers, vehicles and legislation

Gambling

Further information on how to apply for small society lottery registration, betting shops, casinos and gaming machines.

Register of Breckland Licences

A public register of licences issued by Breckland District Council

Public Notices

Public Notices of any Applications and Reviews received under the Licensing Act 2003 and also The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014 reports.

Animal Welfare

Provides information on how to apply for a licence for Animal Boarders and Breeders, Pet Shops, Riding Establishments and Dangerous Wild Animals

Street Trading Consent

Street Trading - Designation of Consent Streets, Schedule 4 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982

Charity Collections

Details on how to apply for either a Street Collection or House to House Collection in the Breckland Council area

Scrap Metal Dealers Licence

Provides information on how to apply for Scrap Metal Dealers Site and Mobile Collectors Licence

Licensing News

Information of upcoming changes in legislation that is relevant to any of the licences we process. Also advice of road closures and any other news items that will be of interest to our clients

Table and Chairs/Pavement Licensing on Highway

To place tables, chairs or other temporary furniture on the pavement in England and Wales you require a licence from Breckland Council

Sex Establishment

All forms of sex establishment will require a licence with the Council

Safety Advisory Group

The Breckland Safety Advisory Group (SAG) promotes public safety at public events and ensures best practice is followed.

Licences and registrations

Licences and registrations managed by other departments and agencies - This includes cosmetic treatment, tattooists, food registration and skip permits: