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Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013

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2(1)A licence is to be issued or renewed on an application, which must be accompanied by—

(a)if the applicant is an individual, the full name, date of birth and usual place of residence of the applicant,

(b)if the applicant is a company, the name and registered number of the applicant and the address of the applicant’s registered office,

(c)if the applicant is a partnership, the full name, date of birth and usual place of residence of each partner,

(d)any proposed trading name,

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

(f)the address of any site in the area of any other local authority at which the applicant carries on business as a scrap metal dealer or proposes to do so,

(g)details of any relevant environmental permit or registration in relation to the applicant,

(h)details of any other scrap metal licence issued (whether or not by the local authority) to the applicant within the period of 3 years ending with the date of the application,

(i)details of the bank account which is proposed to be used in order to comply with section 12 (scrap metal not to be bought for cash etc), and

(j)details of any conviction of the applicant for a relevant offence, or any relevant enforcement action taken against the applicant.

(2)If the application relates to a site licence, it must also be accompanied by—

(a)the address of each site proposed to be identified in the licence (or, in the case of an application to renew, of each site identified in the licence whose renewal is sought), and

(b)the full name, date of birth and usual place of residence of each individual proposed to be named in the licence as a site manager (other than the applicant).

(3)If the application relates to a site licence, the references in sub-paragraph (1)(g), (h) and (j) to the applicant are to be read as including any individual proposed to be named in the licence as a site manager.

(4)The Secretary of State may by order amend sub-paragraph (1) or (2) to alter the requirements as to what information must accompany an application.

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