Temporary Events Notices
A Temporary Event Notice (TEN) can be used to hold one-off events at premises which do not hold a premises licence or a club premises certificate.
As long as certain criteria are met, there will be no need for a personal licence holder to be present.
TENs can also be used to temporarily extend the hours or activities permitted by a premises licence or club premises certificate.
Although the application process itself is not complicated, it will fail if you do not get all of the details right or give sufficient notice. This can have dire consequences if your event has to be cancelled.
Our lawyers can make the application on your behalf and navigate through the rules and requirements.
For advice and assistance in relation to a Temporary Event Notice, please contact us.
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