For fees and charges relating to the below licences, please refer to Trading Standards listings found on pages 7 to 15 within the Place and Economy Statutory Fees and Charges document
The licences Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Trading Standards issue include:
General information and guidance on explosives licensing can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website. What to do in the case of refusals, revocations and appeals can also be found on the Health and Safety Executive website here.
To transfer an existing explosive licence to a new licensee, please use the below online form. The fee for transferring an existing explosives licence is £36.
To sell fireworks all year round outside of normal permitted periods, please use the online form below to apply for a licence. Before a licence can be issued, you must have a current storage license.
Cambridgeshire County Council also has produced some guidelines for explosives licensing and firework storage below. If you need further information please see the British Pyrotechnics Association website.
Performing animal registration licensing
This function became the responsibility of district / city councils as of 1 October 2018. Please contact your local district / city council for further information.
General information on petroleum storage can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website or the websites of trade associations - Association for Petroleum and Explosives Administration and Petrol Retailers Association. Links to our petroleum certification forms can be found below.
Information on feed hygiene can be found on the Food Standards Agency website or the websites of trade associations - Agricultural Industries Confederation and Red Tractor Assurance Scheme. Further information on the Feed (Hygiene and Enforcement) Regulations 2005 can be found on the legislation.gov.uk website.
Also please see our guidance note below on animal feed registration.
Safety of sports ground certification
Information on safety of sports grounds and event safety can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website. The relevant legislation is the Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act 1987 which can be found on the legislation.gov.uk website. The Sports Grounds Safety Authority have also produced a guidance booklet on sport ground safety - The Green Guide. Further advice can be sought from the Football Safety Officers Association.
For enquiries or more information on any of the above, please contact [email protected] or telephone 0345 045 5206.