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Entertainment Licensing 1 Entertainment Licensing There werepremises licenses authorising regulated entertainment in force in England and Wales as at 31 Marcha 3% decrease compared to 31 March There w club premises certificates authorising regulated entertainment in England and Wales on 31File Size: KB.
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The Licensing Act The Licensing Act rationalised the previous various licensing systems (in England and Wales) to produce a simpler system that is easier for all involved to understand. Local authorities are required to consult on their statement of licensing policy every three licensing of entertainments in England and Wales book.
Entertainments licensing The legislation governing public entertainments licensing in most of England and Wales is the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act Schedule 1 covers licensing of public entertainments, specifically exempting from licensing “any music” (i).
This Practice Note summarises the application, purpose, content and structure of the Licensing Act (LA ) as it applies to England and Wales. Application of the Act LA makes it an offence for any person to carry on or attempt to carry on a licensable activity on or from any premises otherwise than in accordance with an authorisation.
Licensing of alcohol and entertainment This Practice Note summarises the application, purpose, content and structure of the Licensing Act (LA ) as it applies to England and Wales.
Application of the Practice Note. Permanent and temporary approvals when. Yesterday I provided evidence as part of a roundtable at the Local Government and Regeneration Committee of the Scottish Parliament on the Air Weapons and Licensing Billwhich contains clauses relating to Sexual Entertainment Venues.
The range of experts present encompassed a wide range of views of the merits of a new, and separate, system of licensing for. Licensing sexual entertainment in England and Wales. This is a l ong running saga which I’ve reported on several times over the last few years.
Platinum Lounge, in Chester, was refused a licence in (refusal number 33), appealed successfully on the basis that the committee was not quorate, was then granted its licence at renewal in but has now had its licence refused at a. This research complemented the largest ever commissioned study of public attitudes to Sexual Entertainment Venues, and involved the analysis of all licensing applications for SEV licenses made between April to April in England & Wales along with scrutiny of all publically available objection letters and written submissions accompanying by: 7.
The alcohol licensing laws of the United Kingdom regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol, with separate legislation for England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland being passed, as necessary, by the UK parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly, and the Scottish Parliament respectively.
Throughout the United Kingdom, the sale of alcohol is restricted—pubs, restaurants, shops and other. This series of statistics covers the licensing of regulated entertainment in England and Wales and is produced by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Of the Licensing Authorities in England and Wales, of them (%) responded to the questionnaire.
(%) and (%) provided the total number of premises licences and club premises certificates respectively authorising regulated entertainment in force in File Size: 1MB. Revised text of statute as amended The Licensing Act (c 17) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
The Act establishes a single integrated scheme for licensing premises in England and Wales (only) which are used for the sale or supply of alcohol, to provide regulated entertainment, or to provide late night on: c Sexual entertainment venues: guidance published for England and Walesby PLC Public SectorRelated ContentA legal update on the guidance published by the Home Office on the reforms to the licensing of lap dancing clubs introduced by the Policing and Crime Act Free Practical Law trialTo access this resource, sign up for a free trial of Practical trialAlready registered.
3 Taxi and private hire vehicle licensing in England. Summary. This paper sets out the licensing arrangements for taxis and private hire vehicles (PHVs), drivers and operators in England and the enforcement of those licences.
It also looks at some of the most significant reports into the future of the taxi and PHV industries inFile Size: KB. Licence fees.
You’ll be charged a fee that’s based on the rateable value of the property. Application fees range from £ to £1, depending on the fee band of your venue. The Licensing Act established a system of licensing for the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of entertainment to the public and the provision of late-night refreshment in England and Wales.
Alcohol licensing is a devolved matter and as such, the Act only relates to England and Wales. Apply for British citizenship Book a citizenship ceremony Brexit: rights of Fees list for alcohol and entertainment. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Temporary Events Notice Get the right Licence for your Event A Temporary Events Notice (TEN) given under the Licensing Act allows the sale of alcohol, the provision of late night refreshment or the provision of certain public entertainment from a specified premises in England and Wales.
This statistical release presents the figures related to entertainment licensing in England and Wales, detailing the number and type of entertainment licences by local authority.
Source agency: Culture, Media and Sport. Designation: National Statistics. Language: English. Alternative title: Entertainment Licensing.
The majority of premises licenses to hold entertainment in England and Wales were for venues providing recorded music entertainment, such as nightclubs.
There are outstanding changes not yet made by the editorial team to Licensing Act Those changes will be listed when you open the content using the Table of Contents below.
Any changes that have already been made by the team appear in. Licensing Act CHAPTER An Act to make provision about the regulation of the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of entertainment and the provision of late night refreshment, about offences relating to alcohol and for connected purposes.
[10th July ]. Refusal book. Licence holders should keep a refusal book on the premises where staff can record details of everyone who has been refused alcohol. This is similar to an incident book. Entertainment. Where entertainment of an adult or sexual nature is provided, children under the age of 18 years are not allowed into the : Anna Nicoli.
Statistics on Alcohol, Late Night Refreshment and Entertainment Licensing in England and Wales:Letter of Confirmation as National Statistics (1) Statistics on Alcohol, Late Night Refreshment and Entertainment Licensing in England and Wales:Letter of Confirmation as National Statistics (2).
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The licensing authority must give notice, where an applicant has been convicted of a relevant or foreign offence, to the chief officer of police for that area. The police will then consider the relevant offences the police will consult either their own records or those of the relevant police force if the offence was committed in.
ENTERTAINMENT LICENCES. Scotland, and England & Wales. N ORTHERN I RELAND: L IQUOR L ICENCE: B environmental and safety reasons to support the retention of the public entertainment licensing exemption and that licences are best placed to determine if there is a needFile Size: KB.
Introduction. The key aims of civic licensing are the preservation of public safety and order and the prevention of crime. A specific licensing regime for sexual entertainment venues will allow local authorities to consider local circumstances in setting the number of venues able to operate within their areas (this could be nil) and to exercise appropriate control and regulation of these venues.
There are currently 44 local authorities in England and Wales with selective licensing schemes running. Of those, just four cover the whole of the borough in Author: Simon Goodley.: 3rd Report of Session Drawing Special Attention to School Governance Contracts England Regulations Waste Management Licensing England And Wales, Regulations (): Books.Discover the best entertainment in England.
Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen. Belgrave is the city's best live-music venue, with a diverse roll call of acts from burlesque to comedy and folk to hip-hop.