Licences for businesses involving animals, including boarding, exhibiting animals, and dog breeding.
Information about hiring children to work, and licenses for children in entertainment.
If your premises has, or operates, a cooling tower or evaporative condenser, it must be registered with us.
You must be licensed to carry out tattoos, piercings, acupuncture, and cosmetic treatments.
Distribution of flyers
Details about the handing out of printed matter (leaflets, flyers, newspapers etc.)
If your business serves alcohol or provides entertainment, you'll need to apply for a licence.
We are legally required to regulate certain types of businesses which produce pollution.
You must not store or sell fireworks unless you have received a valid explosives licence.
Under the Gambling Act 2005, councils are responsible for licensing premises where gambling takes place.
Details of how to register a hairdressers or barbers in Middlesbrough.
Apply for licences relating to roads and highways, including A-boards, pavement cafes and cranes.
House to house
You must apply to the council for a licence if you want to collect money or goods from people’s homes.
If you wish to show, demonstrate or perform a hypnotism act in public, you must have authorisation.
Small society lotteries (or raffles) can only be run for good causes.
Market trader licence
An outdoor market runs in North Ormesby, to have a market stall you'll need a licence.
You need a pavement licence to enable your business to place removable furniture over a highway.
How to apply for a Petroleum Storage Certificate or notify of planned prescribed changes.
Premises like hotels, stately homes, and civic halls must be licensed for marriage and civil ceremonies.
Some licence applications must be publicly advertised before they are granted.
Scrap metal dealer
Anyone who wants to go into business as a scrap metal dealer must have a licence.
You need a licence from the council to run a sex shop or to run a venue where explicit films are shown.
Sports ground safety
Sports grounds need a safety certificate for any covered stand that holds 500 or more spectators.
Street collection licence
To run a public collection for charitable purposes you'll need a licence from Middlesbrough Council.
Street trading licence
If you wish to sell items from a stall in Middlesbrough, you must obtain a street trading consent.
All taxi drivers and vehicles used as taxis must be licensed by Middlesbrough Council.