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Licensing for Public Sector Organisations

Licensing for Public Sector Organisations

Whether you are a local authority, a police authority or a parent teachers association, our licensing solicitors are able to assist you

We recognise that public sector organisations are under increasing pressure to save costs but still deliver a seamless service. The pressure is even more acute when you are required to consider and promote the licensing objectives:

  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • the protection of children from harm
  • public safety
  • the prevention of public nuisance

Across our range of licensing services we try to work with licensing authorities to try to resolve issues at the outset thereby saving both time and cost.

Our experienced licensing team can work alongside your organisation to help minimise costs in matters involving prosecutions. We have a long history of assisting local police authorities in this way.


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They provide the most imaginative approach to the service and they approach things in a way which finds the best solution.

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Meet the Team

Our licensing solicitors can offer you a full service across a wide range of licensing law issues, whether you are a public sector organisation, a private operator, an interested party or an educational establishment.

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