I would like to challenge this question somewhat. As I cannot judge from your question how new you are to the beekeeping topic, this might not 100% apply, but I think it is important nonetheless:
--> I think the most relevant question to ask is not Am I allowed to keep bees (regardless of jurisdiction), but Am I prepared to really get into beekeeping. I know several beekeepers and have heard a fair number of stories from them.
According to my beekeeper friends there seems to be a quite common misconception among new beekeepers, that beekeeping is essentially no work and just collecting free honey once in a while. It is very important to realise, that this is not the case, and that there is a fair amount of work needed in caring for the bees, the equipment, etc.
It is also important to know, that if you do beekeeping wrongly, e.g. by not taking the needed care in preventing the spread of bee diseases and parasites, the actions of a careless beekeeper can actually be detrimental to the local bee population. The reason is because diseases and parasites can quickly spread to healthy bees in your surroundings, which will hurt these otherwise stable populations.
That being said, I know of multiple people who have picked up beekeeping as a hobby, and easily manage to do it along side their full time jobs.
--> The important thing is to go slowly, educate yourself, take informed decisions.
I'm sorry if that doesn't answer your question regarding legality - I think the question what am I getting into here is just as, if not more important, and you should be making an informed decision.