Local authorities may take action against owners of places likely to be dangerous to the public such as excavations, quarries, pits, wells, reservoirs and dumps.
Local authorities may take action against owners of unsafe buildings, walls or structures.
You must apply for a fencing licence to the local authority to erect fencing on a public road.
You must apply to the local authority for a permit to use land or property it owns as a venue for filming.
You must notify the local authority if you wish to hold or organise a funfair.
You must apply to the local authority for a licence to erect hoarding on a public road.
You must apply to the local authority for a licence to use mobile equipment such as cranes, cherry pickers or hoists.
Local authorities may investigate and take action against developers of land or property who do have the required permission or have not met the terms of their permission.
Local authorities maintain a public register of planning enforcement actions they carry out.
Local authorities may issue certificates to planning applicants to confirm that development works comply with the planning permission granted to them.
You must apply to the local authority if you want to erect scaffolding on a public road.
Local authorities may take action against owners who rent out properties for short term lets and have not registered with the local authority or applied for change of use planning permission.
You must register with the local authority or apply for a change of use of planning permission if you want to rent your property on a short term basis within a designated rent pressure zone.