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Under the Licensing Act of 2003 South Gloucestershire Council became the authority for both alcohol and entertainment licensing.
Clubs defined in the Licensing Act 2003 as 'qualifying clubs' require a club premises certificate.
Guidance for section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003
Premises selling hot food and hot drinks between the hours of 11.00 pm and 5.00 am the next day need to hold a premises licence.
This type of licence is required to sell alcohol and is required in addition to a premises licence.
A premises licence will be required for the use of any premises, involved in the sale of alcohol.
Local people and businesses can comment on licence applications
A temporary event notice replaces the current 'occasional' permissions granted for alcohol and entertainment licences.