Published: 19 September 2017 by Sarah Taylor
Summer can be one of the most rewarding times of the year for operators. Rising temperatures often equate to busy beer gardens and customers venturing out in the evenings rather than staying warm and cosy at home. Whilst these will ultimately lead to a rise in profits, they can also cause a potential threat to your premises as many licensed premises become victims of their own success if volumes of customers are not managed effectively, both inside your premises and in external areas. Here are our tips for avoiding a review of your licence if you find that you are suddenly on the radar of the Authorities or local residents:
Being subject to enforcement action or residential complaints can be stressful and time consuming, but investing some time and considering the points above can go some way to avoiding more serious consequences in the long run.
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