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100% Pet Shop Licence
Browser does not support script. Conditions for the breeding of dogs. Applicants for a pet shop licence must not be disqualified from keeping a pet shop. A court or Sheriff may give directions on the issue of a licence.
Bedford Borough Council

 
71% Property to Let
Browser does not support script. The Howard Centre is a covered shopping mall in the centre of Bedford with 14 individual shop units ranging from 45 square metres (485 square feet) to 2000 square metres (22,000 square feet).
Bedford Borough Council

 
60% Bedford Borough Council: Commercial Property Search
Your browser doesn't support JavaScript or you are using a browser that is not JavaScript enabled. Bedford is located approximately 50 miles north of London, 10 miles east from Junction 13 of the M1 motorway accessed via the A421, and 9 miles west of the A1 via the A428 and A603.
Bedford Borough Council

 
50% Site Map
Browser does not support script. Aftercare Commercial Property Search Can we help? Penalty Notices Code of Cond. Who can Foster? I am 16-18 years ABUSE - What is Abuse? What happens after my Lifestyle Hub appointment?
Bedford Borough Council

 
47% On-line payment
Browser does not support script. At Step 2 in the guide, there is now a further option to select '07 Licence Fees' as a Payment Type. Dog Breeding. 8512/11400IN0163. 502.00. 8514/11400IN0453. 8512/45210IN0173. 8537/11401IN0176. 8512/45214IN0177.
Bedford Borough Council

 
43% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: 98 High Town Road Luton
98 High Town Road Luton 98 to 100 High Town Road June 2011. The property was occupied by Elizabeth Brockbank who, directories tell us, was a confectioner. 1890: Thomas Poney, greengrocer; 1920: Miss Kathleen Alborne, confectioner; Brockbank, dog breeder;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
35% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Chequers Public House Westoning
The Chequers Public House Westoning The High Street looking north-east with the Chequers in the left foreground about 1900 [Z50/130/9]. Green Limited and occupied by Edwin Burrows, who paid 18 per annum in rent. 1905;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
35% Rural Rate Relief
Browser does not support script. A qualifying Rural Settlement must have a population not exceeding 3,000 and will usually be a village or hamlet. Although a General Store or a Post Office may not meet the criteria for Mandatory Relief, they may still be eligible to apply for Discretionary Relief.
Bedford Borough Council

 
33% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Shops in Woburn Road Heath and Reach
Shops in Woburn Road Heath and Reach Under the terms of the Rating and Valuation Act 1925 every piece of land and building in the country was assessed to determine the rates to be paid on them. Alice and Clara together are recorded in the directories for 1928, 1931, 1936 and 1940. Good.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
30% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Black Lion 23 High Street Leighton Buzzard
The Black Lion 23 High Street Leighton Buzzard Ravenstone Chambers June 2008. Each inn also has a name beside it which appears to be the name of the licensee (who may both, of course, also have been the owner in some cases) is not stated.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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