Who has been inspected?
We carry out compliance inspections to check that licence holders are continuing to meet the licensing standards.
The compliance inspection lists identify all companies who have been inspected by the GLAA. Inclusion in this list is not an indication that the company has been identified as non-compliant.
If you use services from any company listed below you may wish to contact them to find out the outcome of their inspection. You should also consider signing up for the GLAA's active check service on any company you are interested in to receive immediate notification of any changes to their licence status.
Click on the links below to view the inspections conducted in each of the last seven years. (Last updated 5 May 2021).
The GLAA has introduced a new licensing system over the last few months and so we have not had an opportunity to update this list. If you want to know if a business has been inspected please sign up to our active check service GLAA licence - Active Checks - Register here - GLAA.
The inspections are listed in the order that the inspection report was submitted to the licensing team. The licensing team review the report and decide whether any action should be taken. This can range from attaching Additional Licence Conditions to the licence, to the labour provider having their licence revoked. If all the standards are being met no further action is needed.
If you have had a compliance inspection the licensing team will contact you, normally in writing, to notify you of the outcome.
Find out more...
How we inspect and prosecute: Information on the different types of inspection, how the findings are reviewed and action that is taken
Inspection information: The inspection process explained
The licensing standards: The conditions that must be met to qualify for a licence