This comprehensive work provides all that is needed for successful local authority licence applications or registration. Areas covered range from nurseries and residential homes, to pet shops and dog breeding, to street trading and lotteries.
The extensive statutory and case material is supplemented with a full explanation of the background to, and guidance through, the various administrative procedures of local authorities. The appropriate remedies available are fully discussed, and the role of the courts is reviewed in seeking redress against a local authority decision.
* Explains the working of local authorities in either granting or refusing licence applications, and describes ways in which appeals against their decisions can be pursued
* Sets out - with sample forms - each of the procedures to follow in making an application for all the licences granted by local authorities
* Presents the applications for over 50 different licences in alphabetical order
* Reproduces the relevant statutory provisions, circulars and forms and provides original precedents
Preface. Local authority decision-making process. Role of the courts. Acupuncture, tattooing, ear-piercing and electrolysis. Amusements with prizes. Animal boarding establishments. Betting tracks. Camping sites/canal boats/caravan sites. Charities for disabled persons and war charities. Cinema film stores/cinemas. Common lodging houses. Dangerous wild animals. Explosives. Filling materials. Food hawkers and food stores/food manufacturing/premises. Game and game dealers. Guard dogs/dogs. Hackney carriages in London/hackney carriages outside London. House to house collections/houses in multiple occupation. Late night refreshment houses. Lotteries. Milk distributors, dairies and dairymen. Nurseries and child minders/nurses agencies. Performing animals/pet shops. Petroleum. Pleasure boats. Poisons. Pool promoters. Private hire vehicles. Private places of entertainment/public entertainments. Public entertainments in London. Residential homes. Riding establishments. Scrap metal dealers. Sex establishments. Slaugh