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Petroleum licence

Local petroleum licensing authorities give licences for petrol to be stored privately in large amounts, or sold and dispensed into a vehicle’s fuel tank.

For areas in Greater London or a metropolitan county, make applications to the local fire and rescue authority. In all other cases, apply with the local county or county borough council.

Fees will apply. Licences may have conditions attached.

The law does not state eligibility criteria.

The law does not describe the evaluation process.

It is in the public interest that authorities process applications before granting them. If you have not heard from the relevant authority within a reasonable period, please contact it. You can do this online if you applied through the UK Welcomes Service, and our contact details are below.

E: licensing@bridgend.gov.uk
T: 01656 643643

Licensing Section
Bridgend County Borough Council
Civic Offices
Angel Street
Bridgend
CF31 4WB

To make an appeal, please contact us in the first instance on the below details.

If we refuse an application, you may appeal to the Secretary of State.

E: licensing@bridgend.gov.uk
T: 01656 643643

Licensing Section
Bridgend County Borough Council
Civic Offices
Angel Street
Bridgend
CF31 4WB

E: licensing@bridgend.gov.uk
T: 01656 643643

Licensing Section
Bridgend County Borough Council
Civic Offices
Angel Street
Bridgend
CF31 4WB

When complaining, make the first contact with the trader yourself, and preferably by letter with proof of delivery. If that does not work and you are in the UK, Citizens’ Advice Consumer Helpline can help. Outside the UK, contact the UK European Consumer Centre.

 

There is no other redress.

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