Three Rivers District Council is responsible for issuing and enforcing a wide range of licences, permits, consents, and registrations.
Licensing: Contact Us
Please Note: As of the 1st June 2018 Three Rivers District Council will no longer be accepting cash or cheque payments for any applications.If you wish to submit applications by post you will need make payment over the phone by calling 01923 776611. Alternatively if you are coming into our offices to submit an application, payment by card only can be made in our reception.
Payments for Sundry Invoices can be made via BACS - The Council’s bank details are Account name: Three Rivers District Council, Sort code 30-97-07 and Account 00912478. On any payment you must quote your reference number which appears on your invoice (10 digits in length beginning with 7) Alternatively payment for an invoice can be made by using our On-line Payment System
Hackney Carriage (Taxi) and Private Hire Licensing
Complaints about taxi or private hire drivers, vehicles or operators
Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing
Gambling and Lotteries
Annual Diary of Licensed Collections
Licenses and consents administered by other departments or organisations
- Advertising - banners, boards and signs
Acupuncture, tattooing, piercing and electrolysis - Byelaws for Acupuncture, tattooing, semi-permanent skin colouring, cosmetic piercing and electrolysis
- Door supervision and security licences - The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is responsible for licensing all individuals and companies working in the security industry, including door supervisors and security guards.
- Performing rights licences - Businesses playing music may need to obtain licences from the Performing Rights Society (who license organisations to play, perform or make available copyright music) and Phonographic Performance Limited (who licence the playing recorded music and/or music videos in public). If you are showing copyrighted films in public, you will usually need a licence from the film's distributor. Many studios are represented by distributors such as the Motion Picture Licensing Corporation or Filmbank Media, who issue both single screening licences and annual licences. The British Film Institute also distributes a variety of classic films, including in specialist formats.
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