Temporary Event Notices
The Licensing Act 2003 introduced Temporary Event Notices (TEN) to allow for small one off events or situations where a Premises Licence does not meet the needs of a particular function and/or a particular night.
For example: a TEN may be required for a party in a marquee for an unlicensed field or a...
What happens if I breach my Premises Licence Conditions?
When a Premises Licence or Club Premises Certificate is granted offences can be committed if the premises are operated outside the licensable activities granted. Examples would include selling alcohol outside the hours stated on the Premises Licence or breach of any condition stated on the Licence.
What is a Late Night Levy?
A Licensing Authority can introduce a Late Night Levy if it considers it is 'appropriate' to raise revenue in relation to the costs of policing crime and disorder related to the sale and supply of alcohol in a specified area between midnight and 6 am.
The Licensing Authority (Council) can specify...