Display of Premises Licences & Variations UK Service
Prompt national coverage for the display for Licence Application Notices
All notices are displayed and monitored at any U.K. location address. Licence Notice - Licence Application Notice - Notice of Advertisement
- Premise Licence Application - Variation of Hours Notice Upon receipt of the notices we print and laminate each notice on blue or white paper depending on requirement.
Photographic evidence is then provided showing the placement areas of the notices and subsequently monitored at regular intervals to replace any that may have been removed.
Our staff at M Private Investigations Ltd regularly work with solicitors and businesses whom require licences to be displayed correctly and lawfully, in order for the application of the Premises licence or minor / major variation to comply and run as smoothly.
The hot topic today is Premises Licences & Variations, a Premises Licence is required for any business or individual looking to sell alcohol, provide late night refreshments or host evening regulated entertainment.
Before applying for a premises licence, the operating times and schedules need to be decided, new applicants are often assessed at a panel hearing before the Local Authority’s Licensing Sub-Committee and if approved, public notices are required to be displayed for the public to read and have the freedom to object to the local council.
Variations are applicable as businesses evolve, this means a change to the current Premises Licence to fit in with the requirements.
The Licensing Act 2003, as later varied by The Legislative Reform (Minor Variations to Premises Licences and Club Premises Certificates) Order 2009, allows for two types of application for the variation of a Premises Licence. A full application for Variation can be costly whereby sometimes business require only a minor variation to their current licence.
Licenses are assessed for a number of reasons but mainly focused on the below four points; they will each be expected to be addressed by the applicants or any of the below can be raised for concern to anyone objecting to the licence.
The Public's safety
The prevention of crime and disorder
The prevention of public nuisance
The protection of children from harm
Activities regulated by the Licensing Act 2003 are within the following categories;
Sales of alcohol
Supply of alcohol by or on behalf of a club
Provision of regulated entertainment
Provision of late night refreshments.
When you require assistance of a third party for the erection of the licences or variations then please call the M Private Investigations team today on
Free Consultations with a Private Investigator Call 020 3930 3233
24 hour National Service
Time dated photographic evidence is supplied of licence locations once displayed.