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Public Health (Wales) Act 2017

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Application for special procedure licenceE+W

1An application for the issue of a special procedure licence may relate to one special procedure, or more than one.E+W

2An application for a licence authorising the performance of a special procedure is to be made—E+W

(a)if the applicant believes that the procedure is likely to be carried out by the applicant in the area of one local authority only, to that local authority;

(b)if the applicant believes that the procedure is likely to be carried out by the applicant in the areas of different local authorities, to one of those local authorities.

3(1)An application—E+W

(a)must specify the procedure to which it relates;

(b)must give whatever details the authority to which it is made may require about the basis on which the procedure is to be performed (for instance, whether it is to be performed on a peripatetic basis, on a fixed site basis, on a mobile basis, on a temporary basis, or otherwise);

(c)must state whether or not it is an application for a temporary licence.

(2)An application—

(a)is to be made in whatever way the authority to which it is made may require;

(b)is to be accompanied by whatever fee is set by the authority.

(3)That fee (if any) is to be set by the authority having regard to the costs incurred or expected to be incurred by the authority in connection with dealing with applications.

4(1)An application must include the following information—E+W

(a)the full name, date of birth and usual residential address of the applicant;

(b)any proposed trading name;

(c)the telephone number and e-mail address (if any) of the applicant;

(d)in the case of an application for the issue of a licence authorising the performance of a procedure at premises within section 59(3) (premises or vehicle occupied by or under control or management of certain persons), the address of each of the premises at which the performance of the procedure is to be authorised by the licence;

(e)in the case of an application for a licence authorising the performance of a procedure in a vehicle within section 59(3) that has a registration number, the registration number of the vehicle;

(f)in the case of an application for a licence authorising the performance of a procedure in a vehicle within section 59(3) that does not have a registration number, whatever identifying details of the vehicle the authority considers appropriate;

(g)any other information that the authority concerned may require, which may, for instance, include information about any offence of which the applicant has been convicted (whether or not committed under the law of England and Wales).

(2)At any time after receiving but before determining an application, an authority may require the applicant to provide it with any further information that it considers necessary to enable it to determine the application.

(3)That further information may include any information that the authority considers necessary for the purpose of verifying the identity of the applicant.

(4)Regulations may—

(a)make provision about the way in which a local authority is to determine the amount of the fee that is to accompany an application made to it;

(b)make further provision about applications (including, among other things, about the way in which an application is to be made, the information to be provided, and the way in which an application is to be dealt with by an authority).

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