Smoking regulations

The laws around smoking in public places and at work.

Since 2007, smoking has been banned in most workplaces and substantially enclosed public areas in England, such as restaurants, pubs and marquees.

Owners of premises which do not comply face fines of up to £2,500 and people caught smoking illegally can face an on-the-spot fine of £50.

Failure to display No Smoking signs can lead to on-the-spot fines of £200.

See further advice and guidance from Smoke Free England >>

Help to stop smoking

If you can give up smoking, you will feel better, look better and save money!

The contact information and links below will put you in touch with experts who have helped thousands of people to give up smoking. They can give you practical advice and support.