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Black-headed gulls: licence to sell eggs for human consumption (A22 and LR22)

Apply for a licence to sell black-headed gull (Larus ridibundus) eggs for human consumption and find out how to report your actions.

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Application for a licence to sell black headed gull eggs for human consumption (A22)

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Report your actions (LR22)

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Black-headed gull egg collection: daily log

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Details

You must apply for a licence to sell eggs from black-headed gulls (Larus ridibundus) for consumption. There’s a separate licence (GL23) for retailers and restaurateurs to sell black-headed gull eggs.

Licences are free. Natural England will decide whether to issue a licence within 30 working days of receiving your application.

How to report your actions

You must report any actions you took using this licence on the report form (LR22). You must report no later than 2 weeks after your licence expires, even if you’ve taken no action. Send your completed form by post or email to Natural England using the details on the form.

You can also use the report form to renew your licence.

Keep a daily record

You must use the ‘daily log’ form to keep a record of your daily egg collection. Include the log when you report your actions.

Published 28 February 2014
Last updated 14 April 2015 + show all updates
  1. Updated version of application form and return form added.
  2. First published.