Guidance and application forms for businesses involved in acupuncture, tattooing, cosmetic piercing, electrolysis or semi permanent skin colouring procedures.
Under the Licensing Act 2003, licensable activities need to be covered by a premises licence, club premises certificate or temporary event notice. These activities include play, dance and music performances, film screenings, indoor sporting events and the provision of late night refreshment.
The law requires that dog breeding establishments, catteries, kennels, riding schools and zoos be licensed. Owners of performing animals also need to register with the local authority.
Businesses involved in the processing of raw food to be supplied to retailers may need to be registered with the local authority.
If you own land which is used for camping for more than 42 consecutive days, or allow your land to be used as a caravan site, you need a licence from the local authority.
Guidance on applying for a licence to use a building for the purpose of holding civil marriage or partnership ceremonies.
Operators of premises where one or more cooling towers or evaporative condensers are in use need to notify the Council. This is to help control the risk of legionnaires' disease.
The Council is responsible for issuing permits to operators who carry out certain types of industrial process. The legal framework for this is the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2007, which came into force in April 2008.
New food businesses such as restaurants and cafes are required to register with the local authority.
Details of the Gambling Act 2005 and how it affects licensing, plus application forms for premises licences, gaming machines and running small lotteries.
To collect money, articles or sell articles house to house on behalf of a charity, participants need a permit from the local Council.
A person involved in the recovery, re-use or sale of salvaged parts of motor vehicles or the repair and re-sale of written-off vehicles requires a licence to operate.
Licence conditions and application form for running a Pavement Cafe in Calderdale.
The Law requires that both the driver and car must be licensed before the vehicle can be used as a taxi. The Council issues both Private Hire and Hackney Carriage licences to drivers and vehicles.
In order to erect scaffolding on the public footway, the business must get a licence from the local authority.
To run a business as a scrap metal dealer, operators need to register with the Council.
A licence is required to run a business which sells, hires, exchanges, lends, demonstrates or displays sex articles.
Skip operators need a licence from the local authority before they can site a skip on the public highway.
Regulation of stadia in Calderdale is the responsibility of the Building Control Service who issue and enforce safety certificates for designated grounds and regulated stands.
Performances of hypnotism as defined in the Hypnotism Act 1952, need to be licensed by the Local Authority.
A street collection permit is free and allows the holder to collect money or sell articles in support of charities.
Information about street trading regulation and consent in Calderdale.
Licence fees for premises are based on the rateable value of the property, with an additional fee payable based on the number of people to be accommodated.