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NCPLH Contents

 

1. The Licensing Act 2003

1.1 Licensable activities
1.2 Types of licence
1.3 Licensing authorities
1.4 Licensing objectives
1.5 Partnership working
1.6 Training and qualifications

2. Licensing Policy

2.1 Statement of Licensing Policy
2.2 Consultation with relevant bodies
2.3 Achieving the licensing objectives through statements of licensing policy

3. Personal Licences

3.1 What is a personal licence?
3.2 Period of validity

4. Procedures for Application

4.1 Eligibility to apply for a personal and renewal of a Personal licence Licence
4.2 Initial grant of a personal licence
4.3 Determination of new applications
4.4 Renewal
4.5 Persons not permitted to hold a personal licence
4.6 Relevant offences and foreign offences
4.7 Convictions during the application period
4.8 Convictions after grant or renewal
4.9 Forfeiture or suspension of licence on conviction
4.10 Offences under the licensing act
4.11 Appeals

5. Duties of a Personal Licence

5.1 Change in name and/or address Holder
5.2 Production of licence to authorised personnel
5.3 Notification to court
5.4 Notification of convictions
5.5 Production of licence to licensing authority

6. Licensable Activities

6.1 Definition of licensable activities
6.2 Sale of alcohol by retail
6.3 Supply of alcohol in club premises
6.4 Regulated entertainment
6.5 Facilities for entertainment
6.6 Late night refreshment

7. Premises Licence

7.1 What is a premises licence?
7.2 Definition of premises
7.3 Eligibility for premises licence Application
7.4 Licensable activities
7.5 Mandatory conditions on a premises Licence
7.6 Application procedure
7.7 Determination of application
7.8 Validity of premises licence
7.9 Application for the variation of an Existing premises licence
7.10 Notification of a change of name or Address
7.11 Objections to the grant of a premises licence
7.12 Hearings in the event of disputes
7.13 Appeals
7.14 Provisional statements
7.15 Transfer of premises licence
7.16 Interim authority notices
7.17 Review of premises licences
7.18 Extensions to opening hours
7.19 Rights of freeholders to be notified Of licensing matters

8. Operating Schedules

8.1 Operating schedules-what are they?
8.2 What do they include?
8.3 Steps to promote the licensing Objectives

9. Designated Premises

9.1 The role of the Designated Premises Supervisor Supervisor
9.2 Appointment of the Designated Premises Supervisor
9.3 Change of Designated Premises Supervisor

10. Temporary Event Notices

10.1Temporary events
10.2 Application process
10.3 Objections to temporary events
10.4 Appeals

11. Supply of Alcohol

11.1 Definition of supply of alcohol
11.2 Premises to which the definition of Supply of alcohol does not apply
11.3 Wholesale of alcohol
11.4 Internet and mail order sizes
11.5 Alcohol as a lottery prize

12. Unauthorised Licensable

12.1 The law relating to Activities unauthorised licensable activities
12.2 Unauthorised sales of alcohol
12.3 Keeping alcohol on a premises for Unauthorised sale
12.4 Defence of due diligence

13. Prohibitions

13.1 Moving Vehicles
13.2 Power to prohibit the sale of Alcohol on trains
13.3 Service area and garages

14. Rights of Entry and Inspection premises

14.1 Police right of entry to inspect
14.2 Right of entry to inspect licensable Activities
14.3 Right of entry to investigate Offences
14.4 Right of entry for Customs and Excise
14.5 Offences of obstruction

15. Powers to close premises

15.1 Powers to close premises in an area
15.2 Powers to close identified premises
15.3 Action after a closure order

16. Protection of children

16.1 Sale and supply of alcohol to young people
16.2 Children on licensed premises
16.3 Legal restrictions on the admission of children
16.4 Consumption of alcohol with a meal when accompanied by an adult
16.5 Sale to and consumption of alcohol by children
16.6 Delivering alcohol to children
16.7 Sending a child to obtain alcohol 16.8 Prohibition of unsupervised sales by a young person
16.9 Sale of liquor confectionery
16.10 Enforcement of age related sales provisions
16.11 Penalties
16.12 Defences
16.13 Preventing underage purchases
16.14 Proof of age schemes

17. Nature of Alcohol

17.1 The nature of alcohol
17.2 Trends in alcohol consumption
17.3 Patterns of alcohol abuse
17.4 The scale of the problem
17.5 Legal definition of alcohol strength 17.6 Strength of intoxicating drinks
17.7 Low alcohol and alcohol free drinks 17.8 Licence holders’ responsibility to inform customers
17.9 Units of alcohol
17.10 Recommended safe limits of Alcohol
17.11 Alcohol in the body

18. Social Responsibility in the Retail sale of alcohol Alcohol Harm Reduction

18.1 Outline of the government’s Strategy
18.2 Combating alcohol-related crime and disorder
18.3 How the licensed retail industry Promotes responsible retailing of Alcohol
18.4 Responsible promotion of alcohol

19. Conduct of Licensed Premises 2003

19.1 Offences under the Licensing Act
19.2 Rights and duties of authorised Persons
19.3 Duty to refuse drunken persons
19.4 Duty to control disorderly conduct on licensed premises
19.5 Keeping smuggled goods
19.6 Taking precautions to avoid Problems
19.7 Pub watch and Retail watch
19.8 Irresponsible promotions
19.9 Licensing authorities’ powers to control promotions
19.10 Drinking and Driving and personal licence holders
19.11 The prevention of violence
19.12 Dealing with violence
19.13 Door supervision in licensed Premises
19.14 Exclusion orders and Anti-Social Behaviour Orders
19.15 Underage purchases and Consumption
19.16 Drugs
19.17 Other qualifications available from the BIIAB

 

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