Council launches consultation on new licensing policy

Written by on 4 October, 2018 in Council, Licensing, News - No comments

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Lambeth council is updating its policy for regulating and licensing any business that sells alcohol, provides entertainment or late-night refreshments and has launched a public consultation which will run until Wednesday 24 October. To have your say visit www.lambeth.gov.uk/consultations.

Through the Licensing Policy, the Council sets out to promote the four licensing objectives of the Licensing Act 2003, which are: prevention of crime and disorder; public safety; prevention of public nuisance; protection of children from harm.
The council which is legally required to publish a new policy every five years said:

“We are making it simpler and easier to understand, and updating it based on people’s views and changes to the law.”
Existing premises licences are not affected unless a variation is being applied for or where a licence comes to review, in which case the new policy will apply.

See previous Blog post here

Council launches consultation on new licensing policy

 

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