Premises licence reviews - Considerations before applying for a review

Considerations before applying for a review

Before applying for a review, interested parties may want to consider whether their concern(s) could be effectively dealt with outside of the formal review process. This could involve, for example:

  • Talking to the licensee or certificate holder to determine whether there are any steps they may be willing to take to rectify the situation
  • Asking the Council's licensing section to talk to the licensee on your behalf
  • Asking your local MP or councillor to speak to the licensee or certificate holder on your behalf
  • Talking to the relevant responsible authority (for example environmental health in relation to noise nuisance, or the police in relation to crime and disorder) to determine whether there is other legislation that could help resolve the issue

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

Considerations before applying for a review

Before applying for a review, interested parties may want to consider whether their concern(s) could be effectively dealt with outside of the formal review process. This could involve, for example:

  • Talking to the licensee or certificate holder to determine whether there are any steps they may be willing to take to rectify the situation
  • Asking the Council's licensing section to talk to the licensee on your behalf
  • Asking your local MP or councillor to speak to the licensee or certificate holder on your behalf
  • Talking to the relevant responsible authority (for example environmental health in relation to noise nuisance, or the police in relation to crime and disorder) to determine whether there is other legislation that could help resolve the issue

Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

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