Special treatments licences

How to apply

We have responsibility for licensing premises where special treatments are carried out within the district and for licensing individuals who carry out these treatments. We have produced a draft special treatments policy which sets out what we expect from those delivering special treatments and what the public and those carrying out the special treatments can expect from us. The policy aims to help applicants by providing more detail about the application process and how the relevant legislation is applied.

We would very much like your views on our draft policy, which has been approved by Lichfield District Council’s regulatory and licensing committee. 

The consultation process will end at 5pm on 6 September 2019 and we would be pleased to receive your comments.

Premises licence

If you own a premises you will need a premises licence.

You will have to pay a one-off registration fee, which covers the cost of administration and the inspection of the premises.

Apply for a skin treatment licence (premises)

Please send your completed application form and payment of £170 (please make cheques payable to Lichfield District Council) to:

Licensing team, Lichfield District Council, Frog Lane, Lichfield, WS13 6ZD

Personal licence

If you are an individual (for example a mobile service), you will need a personal licence.

Apply for a skin treatment licence (personal)

Please send your completed application form and payment of £80 (please make cheques payable to Lichfield District Council) to:

Licensing team, Lichfield District Council, Frog Lane, Lichfield, WS13 6ZD

Special treatments policy consultation 

We have responsibility for licensing premises where special treatments are carried out within the district and for licensing individuals who carry out these treatments. We have produced a draft special treatments policy which sets out what we expect from those delivering special treatments and what the public and those carrying out the special treatments can expect from us. The policy aims to help applicants by providing more detail about the application process and how the relevant legislation is applied.

We would very much like your views on our draft policy, which has been approved by Lichfield District Council’s regulatory and licensing committee. 

The consultation process will end at 5pm on 6 September 2019 and we would be pleased to receive your comments.