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The council has responsibility for licences, permits and registrations for a wide variety of activities in Doncaster.
The statement of licensing policy aims to secure public safety, protect children from harm, prevent public nuisance and prevent crime and disorder whilst encouraging a sustainable leisure and entertainment industry.
Temporary Event Notice's can be used to authorise small scale events held in any premises, both indoor and outdoor.
Clubs which meet specified criteria set out in the 2003 Act are known as 'qualifying clubs' and the authority under which they may supply alcohol and conduct other 'qualifying club activities' from their premises is a club premises certificate issued by the licensing authority.
Licensing Act 2003
licences associated with premises
All sales of alcohol must be made by, or under the authority of, a personal licence holder. Personal licences are now granted indefinitely with no expiry date. Equally, if you hold an existing personal licence - this remains valid indefinitely and the expiry date should be disregarded. Should you wish to update your licence to remove the expiry date a fee will be charged.
The Licensing Act 2003 recognises that volunteer and social clubs give rise to different issues for licensing law than commercially run premises selling direct to the public.
Liquor/Alcohol Licence information.
The 2003 Act provides special arrangements for the continuation of permissions under a premises licence when the holder of a licence dies suddenly, becomes bankrupt, mentally incapable or ceases to be entitled to work in the UK. In the normal course of events, the licence would lapse in such circumstances. However, there may also be some time before, for example, the deceased person’s estate can be dealt with or an administrative receiver appointed. This could have a damaging effect on those with interests