Variation on camp site licenceApply for a variation on a campsite licence online
If you need to change an existing licence you can apply here
Under the Public Health Act 1936 you may require a licence to operate a camp site.
If you allow your land to be used as a camping site by the public for more than 42 days consecutively - or 60 days in a year - you require a licence from your local authority.
|Application evaluation process:||The Local Authority will assess applications against current guidance and standards.|
|Will tacit consent apply:||No - you must have a licence where specified in the Act.|
|Apply for consent:||Application to change a camp site licence under the Public Health Act 1936|
|Failed application redress:||Please contact Environmental Health|
|Consumer complaint:||Please contact Environmental Health|
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