What are the four main objectives of the Licensing Act 2003?
As the licensing authority, our activities are governed by the promotion of the four licensing objectives:
- The prevention of crime and disorder.
- Public safety.
- The prevention of public nuisance.
- The protection of children from harm.
What are Offences under the Licensing Act 2003?
Licensing Act 2003 Offences
|Section||Description of offence|
|140 (1)||Allowing disorderly conduct on licensed premises|
|141 (1)||Sale or supply (or attempt) or allowing sale or supply of alcohol to person who is drunk|
|142 (1)||Obtaining or attempting to obtain alcohol for consumption on relevant premises by drunk person|
What does the licensing Act cover?
The Licensing Act 2003, covers the sale of alcohol, the provision of late night refreshment, the provision of entertainment by way of live and recorded music, films, plays, dancing, boxing and wrestling, indoor sporting events and provision of facilities for dancing and music.
Which of the following would be defined as a public nuisance under the 2003 licensing Act?
Key Measures in the Licensing Act 2003 the prevention of public nuisance: for example noise from music, litter and light pollution. the protection of children from harm: including moral, psychological and physical harm.
How many mandatory licensing conditions are there?
7 Mandatory Licensing Conditions
All 7 Mandatory Licensing Conditions Now Apply!
Which of the following is an activity detailed in the Licensing Act 2003?
The act defines “licensable activities” as: The retail sale of alcohol, the supply of alcohol in clubs, the provision of late night refreshment, and.
What is the purpose of the Licensing Act 2003?
The objective of the Licensing Act 2003 (the Act) is to provide a clear, transparent framework for making decisions about applications by individuals or businesses wishing to sell or supply alcohol, or provide certain types of regulated entertainment and late night refreshment.
What are the five licensing objectives?
1.3 The licensing objectives are: • The prevention of crime and disorder; Public safety; • The prevention of public nuisance; and • The protection of children from harm. 1.4 Each objective is of equal importance.
What are the three types of licenses?
There are three key types of licences….Types of Licences
- Exclusive Licence.
- Non-Exclusive Licence.
- Sole Licence.
Which of the following is an activity detailed in the licensing Act 2003?
How many licensing objectives are there under the licensing Act?
four licensing objectives
There are four licensing objectives which underpin the Act and which need to be taken into account and promoted throughout the licensing process. Each of these objectives is of equal weight.
What is mandatory conditions to keep a premises licence?
A mandatory condition is one which applies to every premises licence in England and Wales; these now number seven in total: No sale or supply of alcohol can be made without an appointed Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS). Every sale or supply of alcohol must be made or authorised by a Personal Licence Holder.
When did the Licensing Act 2003 come into force?
Licensing Act 2003 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 16 September 2019. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.
What does regulation 38 of the Licensing Act say?
Advertisement of review by licensing authority 39. All notices referred to in regulation 38 shall state— 40. Provision of forms, notices and applications 41. Validity of forms, notices and application 42. Acknowledgement of notification of an interest
What does Section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 mean?
Revised Guidance issued under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 I 7 2.6 The prevention of crime includes the prevention of immigration crime including the prevention of illegal working in licensed premises.
How often does a licensing authority need to publish a policy?
1.11 Section 5 of the 2003 Act requires a licensing authority to determine and publish a statement of its licensing policy at least once every five years. The policy must be published before it carries out any licensing functions under the 2003 Act.