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Get ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Get ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

FollowFollowFollowFollow The 2019 Rugby World Cup is just around the corner.  What do you need to do to make sure you have your licensing arrangements in order? Temporary Extensions Temporary extensions can be sought by way of Temporary Events Notices – also known as...
When don’t you need an entertainment licence?

When don’t you need an entertainment licence?

FollowFollowFollowFollow If you want to put on what’s known as regulated entertainment, you would normally need a premises licence or a temporary events notice.  Not always however. The Government changed to law to deregulate many forms of entertainment that would...
High Court cases for illegal streaming in pubs and bars

High Court cases for illegal streaming in pubs and bars

FollowFollowFollowFollow The number of High Court cases involving illegal streaming and music rights in pubs and bars should send a clear message to licensees. Recent research has shown that the number of cases involving illegally streaming of Premier League matches...
National Licensing Week should celebrate licensees too

National Licensing Week should celebrate licensees too

FollowFollowFollowFollow National Licensing Week should celebrate licensees tooThis week is National Licensing Week. A week to celebrate everything licensing in the UK and to raise the profile of licensing and the fact that licensing is everywhere and affects...
2019 Star Award sponsored by Licensing Defence Barristers

2019 Star Award sponsored by Licensing Defence Barristers

FollowFollowFollowFollow 2019 Star Award sponsored by Licensing Defence Barristers awarded to Rob Kennedy and Bill Donne from Reading. Stephen McCaffrey, barrister and Head of Licensing Defence Barristers, said: “Licensing Defence Barristers is pleased to be sponsors...
Dealing with objections to your application

Dealing with objections to your application

FollowFollowFollowFollow Almost anybody can make an objection to a premises licence application – including applications to vary a premises licence. Only relevant objections can be considered as valid.  According to the Licensing Act 2003 and the accompanying...