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The Legislative Reform Order to amend the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 in respect of entertainment licensing was laid before Parliament on 8 July 2014 and comes into force on 6th April 2015.
At a recent Institute of Licensing event, the Home Office has admitted that they may not be able to enact the necessary legislation in time to remove the need to renew personal licences.
The Government’s current proposals to remove the need to renew personal licences are set out in the Deregulation Bill.
The draft amendment order, the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) (Amendment) Order 2014, has been published that will bring into effect amendments to the
Lord Brooke of Alverthorpe has today introduced in the House of Lords a Private Members’ Bill, the Licensing Act 2003 (Amendment) Bill.
The Bill seeks to make provision for the addition of a public health objective to the Licensing Act 2003.
Today saw the re-launch of PASS the Proof of Age Standards Scheme.
Following the coming into force of the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Conditions) Order 2014, the Home Office has issued revised statutory guidance today.
After gaining approval from both houses of Parliament, the new order banning the sale of alcohol below the cost of duty plus VAT was made today (14/5/14) and will take effect on 28 Ma
The Home Office has published an update to the list of accredited personal licence qualification providers.
The CIEH has been added to the list to offer the Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders qualification.
The updated list of accredited training providers is:
It has been confirmed that the underage sale of alcohol will, from the 6th of April 2014, fall within the scope of the Primary Authority (“PA”) scheme. This includes sections 146, 147, 147A, 148 and 151 of the Licensing Act 2003.
The Home Office today published its guidance document on banning the sale of alcohol below the cost of duty plus VAT.
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