Pubs, Private Members Clubs & Late Night Bars - O'Brien
The Licensing Act 2003 is an extensive piece of legislation that forms the foundations of all pub and late night bar licensing.
O’Brien Licensing are highly experienced in the following:
- Applications for new premises licences
- Variation or transfer of premises licences
- Personal licences by providing training & application process
- Change of designated premises supervisor
- Acting for operators or residents
- Appeals against licensing sub-committee decisions, representing clients at hearing & acting for operators or residents
- Temporary event notices
- Outdoor events and music festivals
Offences under the Licensing Act can attract penalties of up to 6 months in prison and/or £20,000 fine. Examples include drinking after time, selling alcohol in unlicensed premises, or not having personal licence holders where necessary.
O’Brien licensing provides a complete cost-effective solution for all pub and late night bar establishments to provide a professional, coordinated and efficient service. We can put your mind at rest by liaising with all the relevant statutory authorities on your behalf. If you would like to discuss any issues with us please contact us for a free consultation.
Club Registration Certificates/Club Rule Amendments
For private members clubs including sports clubs, political clubs, British Legion, working men’s clubs, miner’s welfare institutions etc.
We deal with the complex issue of the writing of new club rules, including those rules required by the financial services authority, and the updating of existing club rules (The Licensing Act 2003 addresses issues relating to the purchase of alcohol by non club members and club rules should subsequently be amended to reflect this change).