Brentwood Borough Council Licensing - Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment

Brentwood Borough Council Licensing - Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment

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Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment

Bar at Essex Arms Public HouseAny premises without a licence under the Licensing Act 2003 cannot lawfully sell alcohol, provide late night refreshment or regulated entertainment.

To view current Licensing Applications or search the Licensing Register please follow the link below:

Licensing Public Access Register

The Council issues Premises and Personal licences, however the Home Office is responsible for policy around alcohol licensing. Licensing policy is set out in the Licensing Act 2003

The four ‘licensing objectives’:

  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • public safety
  • the prevention of public nuisance
  • the protection of children from harm.

Local authorities are required to draw up a Statement of Licensing Policy following consultation with the Police and Fire Authority and bodies representing local residents, businesses and licensed trade. The Policy will be subject to review every three years.

 

Making Applications

Temporary Event Notices

The Licensing Act 2003 also introduced a system of Temporary Event Notices for small, occasional events.  Further information can be obtained from the link below:

Amusements with Prizes

Further information about permits for Amusements with Prizes machines can be obtained from the link below:

 

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Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment

Any premises without a licence under the Licensing Act 2003 cannot lawfully sell alcohol, provide late night refreshment or regulated entertainment.

To view current Licensing Applications or search the Licensing Register please follow the link below:

Licensing Public Access Register

The Council issues Premises and Personal licences, however the Home Office is responsible for policy around alcohol licensing. Licensing policy is set out in the Licensing Act 2003

The four ‘licensing objectives’:

  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • public safety
  • the prevention of public nuisance
  • the protection of children from harm.

Local authorities are required to draw up a Statement of Licensing Policy following consultation with the Police and Fire Authority and bodies representing local residents, businesses and licensed trade. The Policy will be subject to review every three years.

 

Making Applications

Temporary Event Notices

The Licensing Act 2003 also introduced a system of Temporary Event Notices for small, occasional events.  Further information can be obtained from the link below:

Amusements with Prizes

Further information about permits for Amusements with Prizes machines can be obtained from the link below: