Last Modified November 22, 2018
The following activities need licences:
Provision of regulated entertainment
Anything similar to live music, recorded music or dance performances
- Boxing or wrestling entertainment
- Dance performances
- Indoor sporting events
- Live and recorded music
Provision of late night refreshment
Supply of alcohol
- Clubs supplying alcohol
- Shops selling of alcohol
Types of licence
A personal licence is granted to an individual, which permits the sale of alcohol in conjunction with a premises licence.
Further information on applying for a personal licence.
A premise licence applies to all premises within Hertsmere that allows one or more licensable activities
Further information on applying for a premises licence.
You can read our Statement of Licensing Policy under the Licensing Act 2003
This policy seeks to promote:
- the prevention of crime and disorder
- public safety
- the prevention of public nuisance
- the protection of children from harm.
You can get further information on the Act from Home Office: Licensing Act 2003
How to make Licensing Representation
Under the Licensing Act 2003, any person is able to make written representation in relation to certain types of applications. However, for a representation to be considered relevant, it must address the likely effect the granting of the application will have on the promotion of one or more of the following licensing objectives.
Licensing Act 2003 how to make a Licensing representaion guidance.(PDF 361Kb)
Acts applicable to this section:
Licensing Act 2003