Premises Licence

20 Nov 2019

Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz Jr on 7th December 2019

On 7th December 2019, there will be the re-match between Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz Jr for the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world heavyweight titles, with Anthony Joshua looking to “avenge” his only professional loss.The fight will be ...

25 Oct 2019

75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day – Government announce Plan to Extend Licensing Hours in England and Wales

Next year marks the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day with celebrations and community events across the country to remember the contribution of British, Commonwealth and Allied Armed Forces personnel and all those citizens who contrib...

18 Oct 2019

Non-party Cost Orders - In Licensing Appeals

The recent High Court case of Aldemir v Cornwall Council [2019] EWHC 2407 (Admin) is of interest as it dealt with non-party costs orders in a licensing matter – deciding that non-party costs orders can be issued pursuant to s181 Licensing Ac...

04 Oct 2019

British Summer Time ends at 2am Sunday 27 October 2019

A reminder that British Summer Time (or as it may be more properly called Daylight Saving Time) ends at 2am Sunday 27 October 2019. This means that at 2am on that Sunday, the time becomes 1am and premises entitled to trade to 2am or later can enjo...

29 Aug 2019

Brent Statement of Licensing Policy - 24-Hour City

Brent Council are currently consulting on the introduction of a new statement of licensing policy. The consultation will run until 4th October 2019.The draft includes policies for the introduction of ten cumulative impact zones where street...

01 Aug 2019

The Purple Guide and Website Updated

The Purple Guide provides useful advice when running events for the public and has been recently refreshed and updated.Produced on a Non-Profit basis by the Events Industry Forum (EIF) it is of particular use to those putting on Music events, bu...