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Licensing Act 2003 - Premises Licence


Licensing Act 2003 - Personal Licence

Legislation Very Important

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (No. 2) (England) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020 No. 684) require the continued closure of businesses as listed, to protect against the risks to public health from coronavirus. To see the related Government advice go to Gov.UK.

Opening Certain Businesses and Venues on 4 July 2020

The Prime Minister announced further relaxation of the restrictions which come into effect from the 4 July 2020. This means businesses such as Pubs, Restaurants, Hairdressers, Places of Worship, Cinemas, Community Centres, Museums and outdoor amusements can now open from the 4 July, so long as they take measures to prevent the spread of infection. However some premises must remain closed for example these include nightclubs, indoor play areas, beauty salons, tanning studios, skin piercing studios, swimming pools and conference centres. To see the related Government Guidance go to (External link) 

To see prepared local guidance for food businesses go to Guidance (pdf 150 kb) and for Consumers go to Poster (pdf 160 kb).

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Business and Planning Bill 2019-2021

To see any updates on the progress of the Business and Planning Bill 2019-2021, as the proposals that may effect both pavement café provision and the off-sales of alcohol go to Parliament.

Licensing Act 2003 - Temporary Event Notices


Licensing Act 2003 - Statement of Policy


Licensing Act 2003 - Club Premises Certificates


Licensing Act 2003 - Determining Film Classification Policy


Pavement Café Permission

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