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Due to essential maintenance our online forms and Public Access (planning, building control and licensing online) service will be unavailable Saturday 22 June 2019 between approximately 9am and 1pm. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Street collections

If you want to collect money or sell things in a public place for the benefit of charity, then you must hold a street collection permit.

Restrictions

It’s not just ‘streets’ that are covered – you’ll need a permit if you collect money in public areas, eg a shop doorway or car park.

Exceptions

You don’t need a street collection permit if you’re selling or collecting as part of a business.

Fines and penalties

You could be fined £200 if you collect money for charity without a permit.

If you wish to apply and/or require further information on street collection licences, please visit the Street Collections page.

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