Licences not issued by the Licensing Team
Apply for licences, including for food establishments, street trading and taxis and minicabs.
Premises used for public auctions of certain types of goods must be registered for sales by competitive bidding.
When carrying out building work on a property which is adjacent to the public road, you must consider the safety of all road users.
Any child taking part in performances, such as broadcast performances, photography or modelling, must have a licence issued by their local authority.
The Council has to list all cooling towers within the borough. The registration of cooling towers is therefore a legal obligation.
Door supervisors working at nightclubs and similar premises must be registered by the Security Industry Authority (SIA).
We issue several food related licenses which you must have to register a food business.
A licence is required for any obstructions projecting over, or placed on or in, the highway such as signs, hoardings, buildings and displays.
Information about licences for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs).
The London Fire Brigade is responsible for the licensing of petrol filling stations and other commercial petrol storage facilities in London.
Find out about street trading licences, including markets and forecourt trading.
Any person or organisation wishing to excavate in the street who is not a statutory undertaker must obtain a licence.
Most large businesses face Sunday trading restrictions and must notify us if they want to remain open on a Sunday.
Find out how to get a taxi or minicab license.