Licensing and licence fees in Havering
We are responsible for issuing a wide range of licences, permits and registrations related to premises, various occupations and activities such as street trading.
The majority of these are administered and enforced by the Licensing Team.
Licences are issued for many reasons but usually they are intended to protect the public and to maintain appropriate standards of public safety, animal welfare and to prevent nuisance.
Consultations on licences
You are able to comment on alcohol and entertainment premises licence applications.
Recent applications you can comment on are published on the premises licence page.
Please note, for licence fees information about environmental health, marriages, street trading, gambling, housing, sex establishments, animals advertising, and scrap metal, contact email@example.com.
We follow strict guidelines before issuing licences, permits or registrations and can impose a range of conditions.
The teams regularly inspect premises to ensure that all the conditions attached to the licence or registration are being met and complaints, including those concerning premises operating illegally without a licence, are investigated.
This authority is under a duty to protect the public funds it administers, and to this end may use the information you have provided on application forms for the prevention and detection of fraud.
It may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.
Licensing teams and the licences they look after
You can also see our full alphabetical licence list.
Contact details can be found on the individual licence pages should you wish to discuss your licence.
- Alcohol and entertainment (Personal)
- Alcohol and entertainment (Premises)
- Animal Welfare Licence
- Civil marriage and civil partnership premises registration
- Dangerous animals
- Fireworks sales and storage
- Gaming machines
- Late night refreshment
- Massage and special treatment
- Premises licences under the Gambling Act
- Scrap Metal Dealers
- Sex establishments
- Stage hypnotism
- Street trading
- Track betting