Published: 04 September 2017 by George Domleo
Once an application has been made either for a new premises licence or any variation, as part of the process a display notice which details the application must be displayed at the premises for the general public to see throughout the relevant consultation period.
Here are a few pointers as to how the notices should be displayed.
Failure to comply with the above requirements, and indeed all other requirements with regards to displaying notices, may lead to a delay in the application process and the worst case scenario that the application is refused in its entirety. Check daily to make sure that your notices are on display and are replaced where necessary so the whole application can be a smooth process.
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