Other Online Payments and Services
Apply online - EU Services Directive
The EU Services Directive came into force on 28th December 2009. The Services Directive allows you to apply and pay online for a variety of licences and permits. The Directive was implemented into UK law by the Provision of Services Regulations 2009.
It aims to break down barriers to cross border trade in services between countries in the EU. It makes it easier for service providers, particularly small and medium sized enterprises, to offer their services to customers in other EU countries, whether establishing elsewhere in the EU or providing services remotely from the UK. To find out about the EU Services Directive across Europe visit the EUGO Portal.
If you wish to apply for a licence or permit from Moyle District Council or find out more about the licences and permits we regulate please use the links below.
- Entertainment Licence
- Caravan and Camping Site Licence
- Hairdresser and Barbers registrations
- Guard Dog Kennels registration
- Street Trading Licence
- Sunday Trading
- Tattooist, piercing, acupuncture and electrolysis registration
- Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Control
- Cooling tower notification
- Safety certificate for sports stands
- Premises approval for Marriage or Civil ceremonies
- Food premises registration
- Approved food premises
- Petroleum Storage Licence
- Application for certificate of fitness of properties built before 1945
Refund Policy in relation to payments for online applications
The fees for each of the applications/ permits above have in most cases been prescribed by, or calculated in accordance with, relevant legislation. Therefore, in most instances a refund may not be payable. Applicants are advised to carefully read any instructions or guidance given about the payment of fees for each application they intend to make to see if a refund is payable. If you make an application online which you subsequently withdraw or cancel the application fee may not be refunded. However, the council retains the right to refund payments at its discretion.
Payment of outstanding application fees
Applicants may be required to provide the original of any scanned or emailed documents which have been attached to an application for the purposes of supporting it.
However, a request for original documentation shall only be made where sight of the original document is deemed essential by the council. Failure to provide the original documents when requested will result in the application being rejected and any accompanying fee may not be refunded.
Freedom of Information
The council is subject to the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act 2002. More information on how this may affect you can be found here.