Please click the thumbnail see attached Civic new licence notice for a second hand dealer at 150 Easter Road.
City of Edinburgh Licensing Board – Consultations
Edinburgh’s Licensing Board is consulting on the terms of a new draft statement of Licensing Policy, and its Assessment of Overprovision in the Board’s area. Details of the consultations are available on the Consultation Hub on the Council’s website at the following locations:
Responses to the consultations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The consultations remain open until 5 October 2018.
(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council)
The following licensing variation application was forwarded to LCCC. If you have any concerns or comments, please send them, by 11 October, to:
Erin MacPherson | Licensing Assistant | Directorate of Place | Licensing Service | City of Edinburgh Council | Level 9, City Chambers, 249 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ | Tel 0131 529 4042 | email@example.com
Please also CC us, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
||The Edinburgh Woollen Mill Ltd
||TLT LLP, Hobart House, 80 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1EL
||70-74 Bangor Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5JU
|On & off sale
|Last date for objection
||<not stated on form sent to LCCC>
||Increase onsales hours to read 11:00 – 22:00 hrs Monday to Sunday Amend terminal hour for off sales to 22:00 hrs daily Amend wording for seasonal variations Add Live performances and receptions Allow activities prior to core hours
As of this month, Leith Central CC now has a licensing working-group. Please see its web-page at https://leithcentralcc.co.uk/lccc-working-groups/licensing for further details.
Please note that these are draft minutes, and may not be take as authoritative unless approved at LCCC’s next meeting.
Actions and decisions are red italic underlined. nem con means that no-one spoke or voted against a decision. Continue reading
(adapted from an email distributed to all CCs via the Improvement Service)
The Scottish Government is seeking views on the update of the Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007.
The Scottish Government is responsible for regulating the powers of Scottish local authorities and Licensing Boards in relation to licensing the sale of alcohol.
The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007 came into force on 1st February 2008. They provide for various procedural matters under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005, relating to, amongst other things, the notification of licence applications, objections, representations, determinations and hearings.
A Consultation on: Update of The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007 has been published on the Scottish Government’s consultation platform, Citizen Space. Share views and respond to this consultation online at: https://consult.gov.scot/criminal-law/licensing-procedure.
If you are unable to respond online you can submit your response along with a completed Respondent Information Form to: Licensing.Consultation@gov.scot.
The consultation can also be viewed at: http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2018/03/4348. The consultation closes on 6th June 2018.
With thanks to Leith Links Community Council:
Leith Links Community Council Alcohol Focus Scotland recently developed a new toolkit to help people raise concerns about the impact of alcohol in their local community.
‘Alcohol licensing in your community: how you can get involved’ outlines action that people can take about problems alcohol is causing in their local area. It also explains how the licensing process works in Scotland and provides practical assistance for people who want to get involved but aren’t sure where to start.
To make it easier for people to get in touch with people who may be able to help them, Alcohol Focus Scotland has also produced a list of contact details for the licensing board, local licensing forum and licensing standards officers in each local area.
An interactive version of the toolkit and the contact list can be found on Alcohol Focus Scotland’s website here. We have also attached a print version of the toolkit. While these documents are in colour, these are designed also to print in black and white.
We hope this toolkit will empower people to play a more active role in their local community, particularly in helping them to speak up about issues that concern them. Given the important role licensing forums have in enabling communities to engage on local licensing issues, we would welcome any support you can offer in making this information available to communities in your area, for example by placing the toolkit on the forum’s website, encouraging your membership to distribute the toolkit through their channels, and encouraging your local licensing board to place it on their website or to signpost to the toolkit on the Alcohol Focus Scotland website.
The toolkit is designed to be used across Scotland, and therefore cannot address the individual practices of local licensing boards. We would encourage local licensing boards and forums who have not already done so to consider whether provision of local information about licensing board procedures and processes would be a useful supplement to this national resource.
It also should be noted that the toolkit does not reflect the upcoming changes to licensing law being introduced by the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2015. We will therefore be updating the toolkit in a few months’ time once these changes come into effect. There will be an opportunity at that time to make other changes to the toolkit and we would therefore welcome any feedback you have about the ways in which the toolkit could be improved.
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