Chester Licensing Solicitor talks aboutTemporary Event Notices
Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
If you are planning an event at an unlicensed venue with a bar where alcohol will be paid for by those attending the event, you will need a Temporary Event Notice.
This will require you to plan ahead as applications need to be submitted at least 10 days before the event.
You will need to have a person nominated to be responsible for the Temporary Event Notice and your event cannot qualify for a Temporary Event Notice where there are more than 499 people (including staff) attending at the event.
For more information on how to gain a Temporary Event Notice for your event, please contact John Arnold.