Published: 29 September 2021 by Solicitor, Suraj Desor
Following our eNews back in June, Westminster approved amendments to its Licensing Policy to introduce new policies around delivery of alcohol as well as Late Night Refreshment.
This was approved at a Full Council meeting last week and the amendments will take effect from 1 October 2021.
As a recap, the three new policies that will be introduced within the Licensing Policy include:
As a result of these changes amendments will be made to the existing licensing policy including core hours Policy (HRS1) to reflect the new premises uses, amending existing premises uses policies to refer to ancillary delivery and removal of the existing off sale policy (OS1).
Full details can be found on the Westminster’s website here.
Subject to the intended operation of the premises, these new policies will need to be considered, where relevant, when applying for a premises licence at sites within Westminster.
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