Published: 09 June 2021 by Suraj Desor
“Given the rise in food and drink delivery services, particularly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Westminster City Council is seeking to introduce new policies around delivery of alcohol as well as Late Night Refreshment.
Westminster will be consulting on amending its licensing policy given the increase in ancillary deliveries from existing premises, and growing number of applications for delivery centres where food and drink is delivered by either their own delivery personnel or via a third-party delivery service.
The Licensing Authority proposes to introduce three new policies, these are:
The consultation will run from Monday 14 June to Sunday 25 July 2021. The consultation documents will be published on Westminster’s website and we will send an eNews containing the consultation link on the 14 June should you wish to respond.
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