You need to give notice if you intend to provide one of more of these licensable activities:
provision of regulated entertainment
provision of late-night refreshment
sale by retail of alcohol
supply of alcohol by, or on behalf of, a club.
You are required to submit the notice online to the licensing authority no later than 10 clear working days before the day of the event.
This does not include the day you submit the notice to us or the day of the event itself. Bank holidays do not count as a work.
As the organiser of the event you must apply for the temporary event notice and pay the £21 fee online.
The licensing authority will serve the notice on the responsible authorities, on behalf of the applicant.
You must be an individual aged over 18.
If you are not a personal licence holder, you can give a maximum of five TENs per year.
If you are a personal licence holder, you can give a maximum of 50 TENs per calendar year.
The event can have no more than 499 people in attendance.
The event must not exceed 168 hours in duration.
No more than 15 TENs can be given for any particular premises in any year.
Any particular premises can have a maximum total duration of 21 days in any year.
There must be a minimum of 24 hours between event notices.
The number of TENs allowed is calculated on a calendar year basis i.e. 1 January to 31 December.
The number of late TENs that can be given in a calendar year is limited to 10 for personal licence holders and two for non-personal licence holders.
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Drop in to speak to the licensing team in person: 9am–12 noon, Monday–Friday.
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