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Opening a Private Practise (UK)

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Abdul Khaaliq Pushtoon, Oct 19, 2018.

  1. Abdul Khaaliq Pushtoon

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    Hi,

    I am planning to open up a private practise in Birmingham. I have saved enough money from working for Shuropody. My question is will I need a premises license to practise in an indoor retail park in the city of Birmingham?

    I have found out that the general rule is chiropodist need a 'massage and special treatment' license to practise in a particular premises. This can be seen on the government license finder website. However I have contacted SCP and they said in some councils you need a license and in some you don't.

    Thank you
     
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