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Local residents are now able to have a greater say in the licensing process; anyone can make comments (called ‘representations’) about applications made under the Licensing Act 2003 regardless of where they live.
When applicants want to apply for a new licence, or vary their existing one (for example to put on additional activities or extend their hours), they must advertise the application by:
- Placing a notice at or on the premises
- Placing a notice in a newspaper
We will also publish the details on this web page of any relevant applications we receive, together with the dates by which representations must be received.
Any person or responsible authority is entitled to make a representation, provided that their comments relate to one or more of the four licensing objectives:
- Prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- Prevention of public nuisance
- Protection of children from harm
If persons are concerned that granting a licence in the terms it has been applied for is likely to have an effect on the promotion of one or more of these objectives, they have 28 consecutive days starting on the day after the day on which the application was given to us to make a representation. Please view current application details below.
If you require any further information please contact the Licensing Team at email@example.com
If you wish to make a representation as an interested party please use the PDF form below in the Downloads section.
West Lindsey District Council
Guildhall, Marshall's Yard