Licencing Enforcement Officer

Buckingham Futures
Closing date
22 Oct 2021

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Our client in Cumbria is seeking a Licencing Enforcement Officer on an initial 3 month contract.

You will be responsible for the enforcement of; Licensing Act 2003, Gambling, Taxi & Private Hire, Scrap Metal and Street Trading. Undertake inspections and carry out any enforcement activity. Prepare reports to Committees or similar bodies.


  • Supporting the efficient delivery of licences, registrations, notices, and permits etc.
  • Undertaking licensing inspections of premises and taxi and private hire vehicles.
  • Investigating complaints regarding licensed and unlicensed activities.
  • Offering technical licensing advice to a variety of stakeholders.


  • Awareness of the legislative frameworks, key issues and working practices relevant to the work of local authority licensing – including taxis and private hire, Licensing Act 2003, Gambling Act 2005 and other similar statutory licensing regimes.
  • Awareness of appropriate codes of practice, guidance documents, industry advice and other reliable sources of information.
  • Awareness of the principles of intelligence lead enforcement.

To register your interest please email or call us on 020 8125 432

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