Latest news about the number of Temporary Events Notices allowed to be issued each year
From January 1st 2016, you can now issue three extra Temporary Events Notices each year for the same area or premises; increasing the permitted from 12 to 15.
Here is a quick but not exhaustive legal overview that you might find useful:
Of course you might not need a TEN for certain events so it is always wise to check the terms of your existing licence before you apply.
A word of warning though. If you apply for a LATE TEN and it receives objections from your local authority, police or Environmental Health, your notice won’t be valid and you can’t hold the event.
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The service has been designed to notify operators of key events. Alerts will be sent for a variety of occasions including Halloween, St Patricks Day, Valentine's Day, major sporting events and Bank Holidays.
The sporting events we have chosen are those at unusual hours or those which may require additional licensable activities, and therefore require a TEN.
In conjunction with the BII, we have created an exam compiled from past paper questions.