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Licensing

Many businesses in the United Kingdom require a license, from taxi drivers to restaurants. They range from large national organisations, international operations and vast amount of small single person local businesses.

The businesses that usually require to have a license are

  • Theaters
  • Cinemas
  • Taxi drivers
  • Hotels
  • Cafes
  • Live music venues
  • Public houses (pubs)
  • Restaurants
  • Zoos
  • Care establishments

  • If you operate in any of those businesses you are typically required to obtain a specific license. Failure to do so may lead to large fines and even imprisonment.

    What we can do

    We can apply on your behalf to obtain a license, defend any prosecutions, represent you at license application hearings, appeals and review in regards to license decisions and even prepare agreements to a large areas of land to be used for large events such as festivals, concerts or marketing campaigns.

    Our highly experienced team will help you in all above cases, leaving your mind focused on what’s most important – your business.

    Contact us

    0207 680 1880

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