To operate a public weighbridge, you require a certificate of competence issued by the chief inspector for weights and measures for the licensing authority.
- Relevant legislation:
visit the Legislation website to view the Weights and Measures Act 1985.
- Application evaluation process:
no provision in the legislation.
Will tacit consent apply?
Yes - tacit consent means that if we have not dealt with applications within the target period then the application can be deemed to have been granted/approved.
Applications would normally be determined within 56 days of receipt of all the information necessary to determine the application.
Contact the Public Protection team for information about redress
You may appeal to the National Measurement Office if your application is refused.
Public registers or databases
Your nearest public weighbridge is:
Joseph Ash Galvanising
Stafford Park 6
For opening hours and fees please call them direct on 01952 290201.
- Visit the GOV.UK website for information about the National Measurement and Regulation Office (NMRO) website.
- Visit the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) website.
Last updated: 08/03/2021 10:35