Guidelines on applying for a Permit
This regime is known as Local Authority Pollution and Control (LAPPC). Installations permitted under this regime are known as B installations.
Use the Application Form if you are sending an application for a 'part B' permit to a Local Authority under the Pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) regulations 2000 (as amended) ('the PPC Regulations').
Before you start to fill in the Application Form
Please read the general guidance manual issued by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) relating to Local Authority Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (LA-IPPC) and Local Authority Pollution Prevention and Control (LAPPC). This contains a list of other documents you may need to refer to when you are preparing your application, and explains some of the technical terms used. You will also need to read the relevant sector guidance note, BREF note of Process Guidance note as relevant. The pollution Prevention and Control (England and Wales) Regulations 2000 can be obtained from the Stationary Office, or viewed on the Office of Public Sector Information website.
Which parts of the form to fill in
Other documents you may need to submit
There are a number of other documents you may need to send us with your application. Each time a request for a document is made in the application form you will need to record a document reference number for the document or documents that you are submitting in the space provided on the form for this purpose. Please also mark the document(s) clearly with this reference number and the application reference number, if you have been given one. If you do not have either of these, please use the name of the installation.
Using continuation sheets
In the case of the questions on the application form itself, please use a continuation sheet if you need extra space; but please indicate clearly on the form that you have done so by stating a document reference number for that continuation sheet. Please also mark the continuation sheet itself clearly with the reference number and the application reference number.
Please send the original and 3 copies of the form and all supporting material, to assist consultation.
Environmental Protection Authorisations (Statutory Fees)
Fees for 2016:
- New - £1,303.00
- Renewal £812.00
- Waste Oil Burners (new) - £122.00
- Waste Oil Burners (renewal) - £124.00
- Petrol Vapour Recovery - £122.00
- Contaminated Land Enquiries: 1st hour - £64.00
- Contaminated Land Enquiries: each subsequent hour - £32.00
Fees from 01 January 2017:
- New - £1,303
- Renewal £812
- Waste Oil Burners (new) - £122
- Waste Oil Burners (renewal) - £124
- Petrol Vapour Recovery - £122
- Contaminated Land Enquiries: 1st hour - £78
- Contaminated Land Enquiries: each subsequent hour - £41
Part B Authorisation Application Form
Download the Part B Authorisation form:
- Part B Authorisation Application Form (.pdf 124KB)
Sites where Hastings Borough Council is responsible
View our current authorised processes register here.
In the Hastings & St Leonards area, the Environment Agency is responsible for the Deutsch factory in Stanier Road.
For further advice on matters relating to authorised processes please contact our Environmental Protection section.
- Food Poisoning - advise us of an incident
- Food Hygiene - business premises complaint
- Make a noise complaint
Got a question about environmental health?01424 451079
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