LCCC DRAFT minutes: March 2018

Please note that these are draft minutes, and may not be take as authoritative unless approved at LCCC’s next meeting.

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Consultation on the update of The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

(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:

If you are unable to respond online you can submit your response along with a completed Respondent Information Form to:

The consultation can also be viewed at: The consultation closes on 6th June 2018.

License applications

The following licensing applications were sent to Leith Central CC. If you wish to comment on or object to these applications, please send them to the Council Solicitor, City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Section, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ.

Civic Licence Notice 283597
Second Hand Dealers Licence
99 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6 8NP
New Licence Notice 283826
Second Hand Dealers Licence
21-22 Albert Place, Edinburgh, EH7 5HN

According to Edinburgh Council’s website, the Licensing section’s other contact details are
Email: Tel: 0131 529 4208
Fax: 0131 529 4207

This web-page briefly explains how objections are processed – but does not state that objections can be emailed or faxed.