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Civic Government Licensing
The Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 makes provision for the licensing and regulation of certain activities. Licences are issued and enforced for a wide range of functions including (in Word format on the links below, click here for PDF versions:Boat Hire / Houses in Multiple Occupation / Itinerant Metal Dealers / Late Hours Catering / Market Operators / Metal Dealers / Private Hire Car Driver / Private Hire Car Operator / Public Entertainment / Second Hand Car Dealer / Street Trader / Skin Piercing and Tattooing / Substitute Vehicle / Substitute Vehicle / Sun Tanning / Taxi Driver / Taxi Exemption from Guide Dogs / Taxi Operator / Window Cleaner
Further information is available by clicking the appropriate link on the right-hand side of this page.
The Highland Licensing Board is divided into eight separate and distinct Divisional Licensing Boards. Each Board is autonomous and applications for licences should be sent directly to the relevant Clerk’s Offices. A number of the Boards have their own Regulations and Byelaws and Policy Statements and where these exist these are published.
Divisional Boards / Fees / Training Application forms and general guidance relating to all Board Areas are published on this site. Further information is available by clicking the appropriate link on the right-hand side of this page.
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