To run a boarding kennel or cattery, you need a licence.
To operate a business that manufactures or processes meat your premises must be approved.
To run a camping site on land within the High Peak borough, you may need a licence from the council.
To hold a car boot sale or Temporary Market within the borough you may need authorisation from the Council.
To run a caravan and camping site you need a licence from the council if the site is within the borough.
You must tell your council if your commercial site uses a cooling tower or evaporative condenser.
You must have an environmental permit if you operate a regulated facility in England.
To store, prepare, distribute or sell food on premises you need to be registered with the council if your premises are within the borough.
There is no legal requirement but we do ask hairdressers to register with us to ensure your business complies with health and safety rules.
If you rent out a property for house in multiple occupancy (HMO) within the borough, you will require a licence from the council.
To carry out house-to-house collections for charitable purposes within the borough you need a licence from the council.
If you wish to show, demonstrate or perform a hypnotism act on any person in public within the borough, you must have written authorisation.
If you are a motor salvage operator within the borough, you must be registered with the council.
To run a business selling pet animals within the borough you need a licence from the council.
To hire out water-bound pleasure crafts (including sailboards, rowing boats, canoes, motor boats and larger boats) you need a licence.
To run a riding establishment (where horses or ponies are hired out for riding or used for riding instruction) you need a licence.
To be a scrap metal dealer within the borough, you need to register with the council.
To run a sex shop or a venue where explicit films are shown you will need a licence from the council.
If you run an establishment for 'special treatments' then you may be required to register your premises.
To collect money or sell articles for the benefit of charitable or other purposes you require a street collection licence from the council.
To offer tattooing, piercing, acupuncture and electrolysis, the person and the premises must have a licence from the council.
To run a zoo within the borough you need a licence from the council.
Last updated: 10th January 2013