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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing: A Practical Guide 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780414044883
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780721916903
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Shaw & Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £42.00



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Licensing applications have become increasingly complex with the advent of the new licensing regime resulting from the extensive Licensing Act 2003. The radical changes, which include licensing authorities replacing magistrates' courts as the grantors of licences, in conjunction with the integration and modernisation of the various licensing systems in England and Wales,

New to this edition:-

  • The new edition considers the effects of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, which amends and supplements the Licensing Act 2003 with the intention of ‘rebalancing’ it in favour of local authorities, the police and local communities. It includes a package of measures to overhaul licensing and give communities the tools and powers they need to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime and disorder.
  • Early Morning Restriction Orders and the Late Night Levy will be covered in new chapters. EMROs will allow licensing authorities to restrict sales of alcohol for any specified period between 3am and 6am if they consider this appropriate for the promotion of the licensing objectives. This applies to premises licences, club premises certificates and temporary event notices. The late night levy is a power for licensing authorities to introduce a charge for premises that have a late alcohol licence.
  • Details of the Live Music Act 2012, the new provisions relating to Late Temporary Event Notices and reference to recent High Court decisions including the Bristol cases on conditions and what information can a licensing committee ask applicants for, the Hammersmith decision on adjournments and the very important Hope and Glory case regarding adjournments.

Subjects:
Local Government Law, Licensing Law
Contents:
An Overview
Premises Licences
Club Premises Certificates
Personal Licences
Designated Premises Supervisor
Temporary Event Notices
Sale and Supply of Alcohol to Children
Hearings
Conditions
Offences, Closure Orders and Powers of Entry
Early Morning Restriction Orders
Late Night Levy
Appendices.