There are a number of temporary activities and events offences under the Licensing Act 2003.
Council or Police officers can prosecute persons for any of these offences. Cases can be dealt with by way of a formal caution or in the Magistrates Court. The Court may also order the forfeiture of a Personal Licence, or suspend it for up to six months. If you are convicted of an offence, the Police may also raise objections to you holding a Personal Licence, and the Council can hold a hearing to consider whether your Personal Licence should be revoked.
For more information about temporary activities and events offences under the Licensing Act 2003, please contact our Alcohol & Entertainment Licensing team on 01332 340 211.
Temporary activities and events offences under the Licensing Act 2003
||Person who commits
|Defence to the charge
|Obstructing an authorised officer from entering the premises to assess the impact on the crime prevention objective
||Have to prove intent to commit the offence
|Failing to display the Temporary Event Notice, or keep it at the premises in the custody of the Premises User, or of his nominee
(either of whom must be present) – the notice of nomination must be displayed