Business Licences

To conduct business in the Township of Langley, you are required to apply for and receive a business licence. Inspections of your business premises by several different authorities may be required prior to your application being approved. New or relocated applicants should plan for a minimum timeline of 30 business days for these inspections to be completed.

Business Licence Applications

Apply for a business licence using this application form . If you intend to make any alterations and or additions to your business premises, a Building Permit may be required.

Applications can be submitted in person, by postal mail, fax or email to buslic@tol.ca. Payment can be made:

  • in person by cash, debit, cheque, or credit card (American Express, MasterCard, and VISA)
  • a cheque via postal mail

Business Licence Renewal

Looking to renew your business licence online? Visit the Township's secure Business Licence Renewal  web page.

Other Helpful Resources

  • The Township of Langley Business Licence Directory
  • Intermunicipal Business Licence  information
  • BizPaL , an online service that provides a list of potential permits and licences to start, expand, or develop your business. The service is a combined effort by the federal, provincial/territorial, and participating municipal governments. 
  • One-Stop BC Business Registry , a website that allows you to submit information to a number of authorities from one place. Choose a business name, register a business, incorporate a company, and more using this site.

Utilities Information for Businesses

Water

Township water is a combination of municipal wells, private wells, and the Greater Vancouver Water District. View the latest rates .

Sewer

The Township sewer system is a combination of a municipal collection system and private septic systems. Treatment of sewage from the municipal collection system is provided by the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Facilities. View the latest rates  .

Electricity

Electric power is supplied by BC Hydro.

Natural Gas

FortisBC supplies natural gas primarily for heating and hot water.

Telephone

The local service providers for telecommunications service are:

  • Bell
  • Shaw
  • Telus
Cable/Internet The primary service providers for cable and internet service are: 
  • Bell
  • Rogers
  • Shaw
  • Telus