Club premises certificate - Club premises plans

Club Premises Plans

A plan of the club premises will need to be submitted with every application for a Club Premises Certificate. The plan will need to be drawn in standard scale where one millimetre represents 100 millimetres, unless you have previously agreed with the Licensing Department that another scale is acceptable. You will need to describe any areas which you intend to provide for people to consume alcohol that you intend to supply under the general description of the premises.  The plan must be outlined in red where the licensable activities are to take place.

The plan can also to show:

  • the boundary of the building, if relevant, any external and internal walls of the building and, if different, the perimeter of the premises
  • points of access and exits from the premises, and the location of escape routes
  • fixed structures (including furniture) or similar objects temporarily in a fixed location (but not furniture) which mat impact on exits or escape routes
  • the location and height of any stage or raised area relative to the floor
  • any steps, elevators or lifts
  • any rooms containing public conveniences
  • the location and type of any fire safety and other safety equipment, including, if applicable marine safety equipment
  • the location of a kitchen, if any, on the premises
  • where the premises is to be used for more than one licensable activity, the area within the premises used for each activity

 

 


Last Updated on Monday, October 15, 2018

Club Premises Plans

A plan of the club premises will need to be submitted with every application for a Club Premises Certificate. The plan will need to be drawn in standard scale where one millimetre represents 100 millimetres, unless you have previously agreed with the Licensing Department that another scale is acceptable. You will need to describe any areas which you intend to provide for people to consume alcohol that you intend to supply under the general description of the premises.  The plan must be outlined in red where the licensable activities are to take place.

The plan can also to show:

  • the boundary of the building, if relevant, any external and internal walls of the building and, if different, the perimeter of the premises
  • points of access and exits from the premises, and the location of escape routes
  • fixed structures (including furniture) or similar objects temporarily in a fixed location (but not furniture) which mat impact on exits or escape routes
  • the location and height of any stage or raised area relative to the floor
  • any steps, elevators or lifts
  • any rooms containing public conveniences
  • the location and type of any fire safety and other safety equipment, including, if applicable marine safety equipment
  • the location of a kitchen, if any, on the premises
  • where the premises is to be used for more than one licensable activity, the area within the premises used for each activity

Last Updated on Monday, October 15, 2018