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Business advice

We provide advice and support to businesses to assist you in complying with Trading Standards and Consumer legislation. The information contained on this website, including the business information sheets listed below, is provided free of charge. If you require more comprehensive advice or if you would like an officer to answer a specific query in regard to your business, please contact our office on tel: 01623 452005. If your query is relatively simple and we are able to answer it there and then, we may be able to do so free of charge. There will be a charge for more detailed advice.

Chargeable advice and guidance

Nottinghamshire County Council Trading Standards offers two options for chargeable advice and guidance:

'Pay as you go'

You can ask for a quote each time and pay as and when you need the advice.

Primary Authority Partnership

As part of a Primary Authority Partnership, we can offer a bespoke package of advice and support for businesses that operate in more than one local authority area, when you form a partnership with us.

Find out more about Primary Authority Partnerships.

Find out more about our charges for Primary Authority Partnership support and Business Advice [PDF]

Business information sheets 

Our business information sheets can help you understand your legal responsibilities on a range of issues and are divided into the following sections:

You can also create your own customised business advice leaflet packs.

All our business information sheets are available in a range of formats, including tape, large print and Braille. They can also be translated into any main language spoken in Nottinghamshire. If this would be useful please contact us on tel: 01623 452005.

Business Watch

To help tackle business crime Nottinghamshire Police, working in partnership with other agencies, including Trading Standards, has launched an initiative aimed at reducing business crime and the fear of crime. The aim is to make the Nottinghamshire one of the most prosperous, crime-free counties in the country.

For further information and to sign up to Business Watch please visit: www.nottsbusinesswatch.co.uk

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