Licensing - Alcohol and Entertainment
As the Licensing Authority for Basildon Borough, Basildon Council grants licences for the sale and/or supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment and the provision of late night refreshment.
You need a Temporary Event Notice to operate outside the terms of an existing premises licence, or to hold an event on unlicensed premises that includes the sale or supply of alcohol or licensable activities.
A licensed premises which sells or supplies alcohol must appoint a Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) who possesses a valid Personal Licence.
Includes: new applications for a premises licence, applications to vary a licence, applications to transfer a licence and applications for an interim authority notice. Also Notifications of interest, Notifications of a change of address and Provisional statements.
Any person employed as Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) in a licensed premises must hold a Personal Licence issued by their local Licensing Authority.
Anyone experiencing problems with a licensed premises can apply for the premises licence to be reviewed. If the review process finds there has been a failure to comply with the licensing objectives then penalties can be imposed or the licence revoked.
Includes: New applications for a club premises certificate, applications to vary a club premises certificate and changes to club details or rules.
Published here; a list of recent applications for a new Premises, Club or Pavement Licence, or for a change to an existing Premises, Club or Pavement Licence. Full details of an application can be viewed by appointment.
As the Licensing Authority for the borough, Basildon Council is responsible for the regulation of the sale and/or supply of alcohol and the provision of regulated entertainment and late night refreshment.
As the licensing authority, Basildon Council is obliged to maintain an up to date public register of premises and club licences.