Highways or business licences such as scaffold, animal feed, skip, crane, weighbridge, petroleum, fireworks or festive licences.
You must have a licence to put a skip on a public road, pavement or verge.
Businesses that make, use, or supply animal feed must register to control potential food hazards at every stage of production.
Businesses, organisations and individuals must have a Petroleum Storage Certificate (PSC) if they store and supply petrol to vehicles.
To purchase poisons consumers need to produce a valid licence issued by the Home Office. Retailers no longer need to be licensed.
An annual fireworks licence lets your business sell fireworks all year round.
Businesses that store fireworks and other explosives need to be licensed or registered with Trading Standards, Suffolk Police or the Health & Safety Executive.
Apply and pay for any scaffold or hoarding that affects a public road, pavement, cycleway or verge.
Apply for a mobile elevating work platform on or over a public road, pavement, verge or path.
Apply for a licence to use a container cabin or welfare facilities on a public road, pavement, verge or path.
Operators of public weighing equipment must have a certificate to show they are capable of using the equipment correctly.
Apply for an original building materials licence to temporarily store building materials on a public highway or street.
Any covered stand that holds over 500 people requires a safety certificate from us.
Apply for a licence to put non-illuminated and festive decorations on or over a public road, pavement, verge or path.
You need to register performing animals through your local district council.