Public register

 Public Registers

Paper copies of the following registers can be viewed by arrangement – please telephone the Business Support Team (Environmental Health), 01629 761212.

Industrial Processes Register Part 1

All industrial processes permitted under Part 1 of the Pollution, Prevention & Control Act 1999.

Industrial Processes Register - Parts A2 and B

Industrial processes permitted under Parts B & A2 of Pollution, Prevention & Control Act 1999.

Cooling Tower Register

Registered cooling towers under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.

Improvement and Prohibition Notices section 3.

Caravan Site Register

Caravan sites licensed under the Caravan Sites & Control of Development Act 1960, section 25.

Houses in Multiple Occupation Register

Licensed Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) under Housing Act 2004, Section 232.

Stray Dogs Register

Stray dogs (lost and found) in Derbyshire Dales under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, section 149(8).

Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment

The following public registers are not live-time. The registers are in Portable Document Format (PDF) and are updated on a regular basis. To view the register you will need to have Acrobat Reader installed. A reader can be downloaded free from the Adobe website (Full instructions for downloading the reader are provided on the site). Those with visual impairments may wish to investigate Access Adobe, which provides tools and information to help make PDF documents more accessible). Please note that some of the registers are more than 1MB in size, and could take some time to download.

If the information you require does not appear in the register, please contact the Council's Licensing Team for assistance by telephone 01629 761313 or by email to

The public registers can also be viewed at the District Council offices at the Town Hall in Matlock, on request.  The offices are open to the public Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. Photocopies of the register can be provided - a reasonable fee will be charged.

Personal Licences from 2005

The Public Register contains details of Personal Licences issued to individuals to supply, or to authorise the supply of alcohol, under the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003.  

Click the following link

Temporary Event Notices from 1st January 2019 to 31st July 2019
Click the following link  [PDF 1.08 MB]  to view details.

Premises Licence and Club Premises Certificate Register up to 2014

The following Register contains details of Premises Licences, Club Premises Certificates and Temporary Event Notices (authorising where appropriate the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment and the provision of late night refreshments), issued under the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003.

The following application information is not detailed in the registers: changes of Designated Premises Supervisors (DPS), transfers, interim authority and notifications of interest in premises. A hard copy of the Licensing Register information can be made available on request, at the District Council's Licensing Office at the Town Hall, Matlock during normal working hours.

Premises Licence, Club Premises Certificates and Temporary Event Notices Register up until 2014:

A-F [PDF 11.4MB] G-M [PDF 8.21MB] N-U [PDF 9.68MB] V-Z [PDF 2.95MB]

Temporary Event Notices given during period 2017 - 2019

The following link provides information in respect of Temporary Event Notices (TENs) given for events that have taken place or will  be taking place during the period 2017-2019:

Click on link to view details of Temporary Event Notices given for events during the period 2017 -2019 [PDF 519 KB]

Register of current applications received for New/Variations to Premises Licences/Club Premises Certificates and for formal Reviews pending a decision:

Licence Application Details

An application for a new Premises Licence has been made by Bradmans Limited in respect of 19 Dale Road, Matlock, DE4 3LT. 

The application seeks to permit:

The sale of Alcohol on & off the premises between 10:00 am to Midnight daily & Late Night Refreshment 23:00 to Midnight.

Non-standard timings: Christmas Eve extending to 01:30 am on Christmas Day & New Year’s Eve to 01:30 am on New Year’s Day

The full application can be viewed here:
Bradmans Advert Notice   [PDF 205.36KB]
Bradmans Application [PDF 169.16KB]
Bradmans Application signature page  [PDF 1.49KB]
Bradmans Plan [PDF 1.01KB]

For any queries about the application, contact the Licensing Team by:
telephone between the hours of 9am and 5pm on 01629 761313 where  a voicemail message can be left and a member of the Team will call you back; or
email to:

The closing date for representations in respect of this application is 5th February 2021.  (Representations made by email must contain the full name and postal address of the person making the representation and reasons for the objection taking account of  how any grant would undermine or promote the 2003 Licensing Act objectives).

From 1st January 2021, to ensure proper advertisement of new licensing applications, during these difficult times, we will advertise them on the Council’s social media channels as well as on our own website. This is to ensure that members of the public and local residents and businesses have the opportunity to comment on an applicaiton during the 28-day period, despite not being able to easily pass the site to view the advert notice.

Although we are not required to advertise in this way by law, it seems a reasonable task to undertake in lockdown 3, now that we are starting to receive a small number of new applications for licences, that still have to be determined within the legal timescales. Problems with advertisements can delay the process.

Any representations can be made to the Licensing Manager, Regulatory Services, Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, DE4 3NN, or by email, as detailed above. 
Any queries regarding the application can be made to the Licensing Manager by telephoning 01629 761374. 

NOTE: Representations must be 'relevant' (as defined in the Licensing Act 2003) - Government Guidance on making representations can be viewed here: Guidance for Interested Parties [81KB]

You must provide your full name, postal address details and daytime contact telephone number within your representation, as we may need to contact you to discuss your representation before the end of the consultation period.  

Any representations not resolved within the consultation period will be reported to a meeting of the Licensing and Appeals Committee.  Your telephone number and email address will be redacted from the Officer's report if the matter is referred to a Committee for the application to be determined.  Anyone making  a relevant representation will be invited to attend and speak at the meeting - these meetings are usually held in public, and may be recorded.


Representations can also be made in respect of applications for a Review of a premises licence or a club premises certificate during the life of the licence or certificate.  Government Guidance on applying for a review of a licence can be viewed via the following link

Temporary Event Notices (TENs)
The Licensing Act 2003 makes provision that only the Police and Environmental Health are permitted to make representations in respect of Temporary Event Notices (TENs), and must do so within 3 days of receipt. These Notifications are not required to be advertised.

Scrap Metal Dealer Register

Scrap metal dealers registered in Derbyshire Dales.  This register is maintained by the Environment Agency

Taxi Driver, Vehicle and Operator Public Register Information

For details of Hackney Carriages (taxis), Private Hire Vehicles (mini-cabs, pre-booked), PHV Operators and taxi drivers licensed by Derbyshire Dales District Council, please see below or if not accessible,  please contact the Licensing Team.

An application for a new Premises Licence has been received from Arfan Ali in respect of Anayas Indian Restaurant, 23-25 Dig Street, Ashbourne, DE6 1GF.

It is proposed to re-licence the above premises under the Licensing Act 2003. The premises were licensed from August 2014 until recently when the premises licence lapsed.

This application seeks permission to sell alcohol for consumption on the premises between 17:30 and 23:00 hours every day of the week - (these are the same hours previously licensed).

The full application can be viewed here

The plans of the premises can be viewed here

The application can also be inspected on request during office hours (9am-5pm) at the District Council Offices at the Town Hall, Matlock, DE4 3NN.

The licensing team can be contacted by telephone (01629) 761313 or by email to:

The application can be viewed on the Council’s Licensing Register website page

Representations can be made in writing between:

Saturday 7th March 2020 and Friday 3rd April 2020

(representations made by email must contain the full name and postal address of person making representation and reasons for objection).

Any representations can be made to the Licensing Manager, Regulatory Services, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Matlock,

DE4 3NN, or by email as above - (any queries about the application can be made to the licensing manager by telephoning 01629 761374).


An application for a Premises Licence has been submitted by Deborah Jane Cowen for a Music Festival to be held at Matlock Football Ground, Causeway Lane, Matlock, DE4 3AR on the weekend of 11th and 12th July 2020.

The application seeks the provision of live music and the sale of alcohol on Saturday, between the hours of 11am and 22:15pm; and on Sunday between the hours of 11am and 8:15pm, for a maximum capacity of up to 5,000.

PLEASE NOTE:  the activity of providing Late Night Refreshment (ie hot food or drink) is only licensable after 23:00 hours and before 05:00 hours.

The full application can be viewed here [PDF 4.18 MB]

The plans of the proposed site/premises can be viewed here [PDF 374 KB]

The applicant has been invited to attend a Derbyshire Event Safety Advisory Group meeting (DESAG) early in March to discuss the proposals and measures they intend to put in place to ensure that if the licence is granted the event will go ahead safely and with minimum noise disturbance. It is inevitable there will be some noise - so this has to be managed.

The meeting will be attended by representatives from the relevant/statutory authorities – including the District Council’s Licensing and Environmental Health Teams, the Police, Fire and Ambulance services, and Derbyshire County Council’s Emergency Planning, Highways, Safeguarding and Public Health Teams.

The meeting will provide an opportunity for the applicant to present an Event Safety Management Plan they have produced specifically for the event, which considers some of, if not all of the following areas:

Fire Safety, First Aid, Food, Drink and Water Provision, Camping, Communications, Contingency Planning, Information and Welfare, Insurance, Licensing, Marquees and Temporary Structures, Noise, Risk Assessment, Safety Barriers, Site Preparation and Facilities, Stewards and Security, Toilets, Waste Management and Traffic Management.

If you want to know more about the DESAG and planning an event of this size, more information is available on Derbyshire County Council’s website at

Representations can be made up until Midnight on Thursday 19 March 2020.  The consultation period for a full variation is 28 consecutive days starting the day after receipt.

Representations can be sent by post to: Licensing Manager, Regulatory Services, Town Hall, MATLOCK, Derbyshire DE4 3NN or by email to: for the attention of the Licensing Manager.

NOTE: Representations must be 'relevant' (as defined in the Licensing Act 2003) - Government Guidance on making representations can be viewed here.

You must provide your full name, address details, and daytime contact telephone number, within your representation which can be submitted by post or by email.

Any representations not resolved during the consultation period will be reported to a meeting of the Licensing & Appeals Committee. Your email address and telephone number will be redacted from your representation before it is included in the Officer’s report, if the matter is referred to a Committee for the application to be determined. These meetings are usually held in public.