You will need a licence if you want to provide any of the services shown below:
The premises will also need to be registered if you are working from one.
You can find a table of fees in the related documents section.
You need to apply to the licensing authority where you carry out the services. If you do not have a permanent premises, you need to apply to the authority where you live. The licensing authority is usually the local council. If you do not know who that is, visit: Gov.UK, find my local council
In West Suffolk there are two licensing authorities, Forest Heath District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough council. To apply, complete the form for the relevant council.
Does tacit authorisation apply?
No, this is because it is in public interest that your application is fully processed before permission can be granted.