This guidance is not legally binding but provides advice regarding the design of catering premises taking into consideration current legislative requirements. Any alternative standards being considered should be discussed with and approved by a relevant officer from this department prior to being adopted.
This guidance is not legally binding but provides advice on the design of catering premises taking into consideration current legislative requirements. Any alternative standards being considered should be discussed with and approved by a relevant officer from this department prior to being adopted.
The Licensing Act 2003 recognises that volunteer and social clubs give rise to different issues for licensing law than commercially run premises selling direct to the public.
When control of an existing licensed gambling premises is to change to a different operator, it is necessary to apply to the licensing authority for the transfer of the licence.
This guidance is aimed at businesses or individuals that wish to provide gambling facilities at bingo halls, bookmakers, amusement arcades, race courses and sporting arenas (where betting takes place).
Any premises with a licence for the consumption of alcohol granted under the Licensing Act 2003 is entitled to apply for a gaming machine permit.
Temporary Event Notice's can be used to authorise small scale events held in any premises, both indoor and outdoor.
An operating schedule is required for a premises licence application.
The Licensing Act 2003 ("the Act") amalgamates six licensing regimes covering the sale and supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment, the provision of late night refreshment.
The food safety team is responsible for ensuring that all food sold in Doncaster is clean and safe.