Business and industry
Corporate membership is a scheme that offers businesses the opportunity to offer their employees discounted leisure centre activity prices
Further information is available from the corperate membership section of the councils website, or by emailing email@example.com
If cancellation notices are not given for contracts made in the home, the consumer may not have to pay and businesses may be breaking the law. We can advise on the rules.
further advice is available on the Trading Standards section of Leicestershire County Council's Website, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice on the Fire Reform Regulations and how to comply with them is available from the Communities and local government Fire and Resilience webpage
If you require any further information please email RIST@lfrs.org
Yes. The Street Trading legislation and the Licensing Act 2003 are independent pieces of law. As an example if you want to sell burgers in Coalville town centre after 11pm you will need a Street Trading consent and a Premises Licence authorising you to sell late night refreshment.
Street trading does not apply to trading on private land.
But if the van, stall barrow etc is situated on private land at the edge of the public road and sales are being made to pedestrians on the public highway, you will need a consent to trade.
As with any law there will be 'grey' areas and if you feel that your circumstances are different please contact the Licensing Office for a decision.
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