To hold a wedding or civil partnership ceremony at premises in Richmond, the venue must be approved by the local authority.
You must be the proprietor or a trustee of the premises to apply for permission to hold civil ceremonies or weddings.
When applying on behalf of a limited company, you will need to make a separate statement of the names and addresses of all the directors.
Our current fees and charges list shows the cost of licensing a venue for marriage and civil partnerships for five years.
The Registrar General has confirmed that all venues which are currently licensed for marriages and civil partnerships will be deemed to be licensed for same sex marriages and there will be no need to re–apply for approval.
You should download and complete an application form for licensing a venue(pdf, 181KB), and return this to:
The Register Office
The application form gives notes on requirements before approval can be granted. These should be read in full.
The application must be in writing (including by electronic means) and include:
Your premises will be inspected. Your application and plan will be made available to the public for inspection and a public notice of the application must be entered in a local newspaper as part of a public consultation process.
To be granted, your application must be in the correct format and your premises deemed suitable. Conditions may be imposed to your approval.
No current applications.
You should contact us if:
Updated: 23 September 2019