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Premises Licensing Applications

You should apply for a Premises Licence if you intend to sell alcohol or provide Licensable Activities from a particular venue.

 

Licensable Activities include:

1. The sale of alcohol

2. Regulated entertainment

3. Late night refreshment

 
To apply for a new premises licence you will be required to:

1. Complete and submit all of the relevant application forms to the local council

2. Liaise and negotiate with your local council

3. Produce a plan of the building

4. Submit a copy of your application form to 9 responsible authorities

5. Find out the relevant fee for your particular venue

6. Produce an advert to display in the local press

7. Produce a notice which will need to be displayed outside your premises

 

We can do it all for you including plan drawing, the application forms, liaising with the Council and setting up press advertisement notices.
 

Here at Neptune Planning and Development we can help with all aspects of Premises Licence applications. You will have a personal and professional consultant who will take care of the whole application process from start to finish.

 

If you would like to discuss any licensing issue or get a no obligation quote, please call us on 07515 541243 or email on info@neptuneplanning.co.uk

        

 

 

Licensing Variations

Minor Variations are changes to the licence that do not affect the licensing objectives such as a change of Designated Premises Supervisor or small changes to the structure or layout of the premises.

 

Major Variations big changes that would impact on the licence such as an increase in the hours that alcohol is to be sold or major structural changes to the premises licensed areas.

 

If you would like to discuss any licensing issue or get a no obligation quote, please call us on 07515 541243 or email on info@neptuneplanning.co.uk

 

 

 

Temporary Event Notices

If you have an unlicensed premises, but wish to carry out a Licensable Activity, you can apply for a Temporary Events Notice.

 

If you have a Premises Licence, but the Licensed Activity you wish to hold is not covered by your existing licence, such as a wedding reception, a Temporary Events Notice is also necessary.

 

The terms of a Temporary Events Notice include:

1. The event must comprise fewer than 500 people at all times (includes all staff)

2. The event must last no longer than 7 days.

3. You must be at least 18 years of age to apply.

4. You need a separate TEN for each and every event held at the premises.

5. If you hold a Personal Licence, you can apply for up to 50 per year.

6. If holding consecutive, separate events, there must be a 24 hour gap between 

7. A single premises can apply for 12 TENs a year.

8. A copy of the TEN should be sent to the police at least 10 working days before the event takes place. However, if you make your application online, the council will usually contact the police on your behalf.

9. You can only apply for a TEN as an individual.

 

If you would like to discuss any licensing issue or get a no obligation quote, please call us on 07515 541243 or email on info@neptuneplanning.co.uk