- 1 What is a permitted temporary activity?
- 2 What is the number of temporary events that premises may hold in a calendar year?
- 3 Who is responsible for the Licensing Act 2003?
- 4 What are the licensable activities under the Alcohol Act 2003?
What is a permitted temporary activity?
Permitted temporary events are events that take place in any premises, open.
What is the number of temporary events that premises may hold in a calendar year?
Premises are limited to a maximum of 15 TENs per calendar year with an aggregate total of no more than 21 days per year. Events which extend after midnight will count as two days.
What are the four main objectives of the Licensing Act 2003?
the prevention of crime and disorder; public safety; the prevention of public nuisance; the protection of children from harm.
What is a licensable activity under the Licensing Act 2003?
The act defines “licensable activities” as: The retail sale of alcohol, the supply of alcohol in clubs, the provision of late night refreshment, and.
What are temporary events?
Temporary Event Notice (TEN) A Temporary Event Notice is a time-limited licence, which authorises specified ‘licensable activities’ at a defined location or ‘premises’. A premise may be one room, a series of rooms, a whole building, a field or other open space.
What do you need a temporary events notice for?
When you need a temporary event notice You need a temporary event notice if you’re holding a one-off event or special occasion that involves alcohol, entertainment or late night refreshment.
How many days before a temporary event is due to take place should the temporary event notice be issued?
10 working days
These are subject to different processes: • a standard notice is given no later than 10 working days before the event to which it relates; and • a late notice is given not before 9 and not later than 5 working days before the event. A late notice can only be given in exceptional circumstances.
What are the 3 P’s of licensing?
protection, promotion, and profit
The 3 P’s of collegiate licensing are protection, promotion, and profit.
What are the mandatory licensing conditions?
“SCHEDULEMandatory Licensing Conditions 1. —(1) The responsible person must ensure that staff on relevant premises do not carry out, arrange or participate in any irresponsible promotions in relation to the premises. (ii)drink as much alcohol as possible (whether within a time limit or otherwise);
What does licensable activity mean?
This means that the provision of music or the performance of a play to either the public, members of a qualifying club, for example Working Mens Club, etc., or members of an association, for example a Parent Teacher Association, where an entrance fee is paid to raise funds, are all licensable activities.
What is an Unauthorised licensable activity?
An unauthorised activity takes place either: without a valid licence / certificate / notice (Premises Licence, Club Premises Certificate or Temporary Event Notice) operating outside the authorised hours displayed on your licence / certificate / notice. breaching a condition placed on your licence / certificate / notice.
What is a temporary event notice?
A temporary event notice (TEN) can be used to authorise small-scale events that involve the sale and supply of alcohol and the provision of public entertainment. The premises to which the event relates is not required to hold a premises licence, even if the event involves the supply or sale of alcohol.
Who is responsible for the Licensing Act 2003?
The statutory instruments include regulations setting out the content and format of application forms and notices. The Home Office has responsibility for the 2003 Act. However, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is responsible for regulated entertainment, for which there is provision in Schedule 1 to the 2003 Act (see Chapter 16).
What are the licensable activities under the Alcohol Act 2003?
1.13 For the purposes of the 2003 Act, the following are licensable activities: • The sale by retail of alcohol; • The supply of alcohol by or on behalf of a club to, or to the order of, a member of the club; • The provision of regulated entertainment; and • The provision of late night refreshment.
What does Section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 mean?
Revised Guidance issued under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 I 7 2.6 The prevention of crime includes the prevention of immigration crime including the prevention of illegal working in licensed premises.
Can a premises user give a temporary event notice?
(2) In this Act, the “premises user”, in relation to a temporary event notice, is the individual who gave the notice. (3) An individual may not give a temporary event notice unless he is aged 18 or over. (c) such other information as may be prescribed.