1. The license requestor must submit the signposting license application form, along with the documents listed in Section 1.1.4 below.
2. The service agent will verify that the application includes all required documents and attachments.
3. If documents or attachments are missing, the service agent will return the application to the business owner, so that they can provide the missing documents.
The application will be reviewed in accordance with the Jerusalem by-law (Signposting), 5740-1980, and professional criteria.
4. If the signposting license application is approved, the business owner will be issued a signposting license, including a fee request.
The requested sign may be posted only after payment of the corresponding fee.
If the business owner has previous debts, these debts will be added to the fee for the new sign. Note: issuance of the signposting license does not serve as authorization to operate the business without the required business license.
5. If a decision was made to reject the application due to non-compliance with the directives of the bylaw and its accompanying criteria, the business owner will be sent a rejection letter, including recommendations for placement and/or size and/or type of sign (depending on the reason for rejection).
6. Appeal - a business owner may appeal the decision to reject the signposting license as follows:
A. Appeal against the decision of the signposting examiner/environmental planner - within 7 days.
B. Appeal against the professional committee's decision - within 14 days.