Amended guidance issued under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003
This document sets out the amended guidance issued under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 (ISBN 9780105417033), originally published 17.07.2003. The 2003 Act is amended by the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, ISBN 9780105413110, (issued 27.09.2011). It revises the 2003 Act, providing greater flexibility for local communities and licensing authorities to shape and determine local licensing. It also provides for local authorities and the police to have much stronger powers in removing and granting licences to any premises which are causing problems and giving the option to shut down permanently any shop or bar found to be persistently selling alcohol to children and to double the maximum fine to £20,000. The publication is divided into 15 chapters.
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2003 Act provides alcohol for consumption alternative licence condition appeal application to vary authority exercising environmental Business Link circumstances club premises certificate community premises court crime and disorder cumulative impact decision designated premises supervisor determine electronic applications enforcement ensure environmental health functions example exemption exercising environmental health given grant Guidance hearing holder or club imposed individual issues late night refreshment licence or certificate licence or club licences and club licensable activities licensed premises Licensing Act 2003 licensing authority’s licensing committee licensing policy statement notify officer of police operating schedule paragraph personal licence holder premises licence holder premises user promote the licensing provisional statement public house public nuisance public safety qualifying club regulated entertainment relevant offence relevant representations responsible authorities sale of alcohol Security Industry Authority sell alcohol special policy statement of licensing statutory supply of alcohol taking place temporary event notice vessel