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Temporary Events Notice


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You need a Temporary Event Notice if you want to carry out licensable activity on unlicensed premises.
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You need a Temporary Event Notice if you want to carry out these licensable activities on unlicensed premises:

  • selling alcohol
  • serving alcohol to members of a private club
  • providing entertainment, such as music, dancing or indoor sporting events
  • serving hot food or drink between 11pm and 5am

Before you apply

Please read this information:

Temporary event notice: guidance notes

Licensing Policy Statement (PDF)

You must also check:

  • if you need any other permissions, such as permission from the landowner to use the site
  • if there are any restrictions, such as restrictions on planning permission or restrictions on your lease
  • The Temporary Event Notice will not override these permissions and you must make sure you are complying with all restrictions.

When to apply

  • We must receive your Standard Temporary Event Notice (TEN) at least 10 working days before your event.
  • We can accept an application for a notice no later than five working days before your event but this will be a Late Temporary Event Notice (late TEN).
  • The process and forms are the same for both Standard and Late Temporary Event Notices.

Fees

Temporary Event Notice - £21.00

Late Temporary Notice - £21.00


Processing and timescales

  • We will process a standard Temporary Event Notice on the next working day and this will take 10 working days. If we receive an objection, we will issue a counter notice, outlining the objection. You may appeal to the local magistrate Court within 21 days, but not within 5 working days of the event.
  • We will process a Late Temporary Event Notice on the next working day and this will take 5 working days. If we receive an objection, we will issue a counter notice outlining the objection and the event will not be allowed. 

Useful information

  • Keep your Temporary Event Notice in a safe place at the event.
  • You must display a copy of the Temporary Event Notice in a prominent location at the premises.

If you are applying by post, you must send two copies of the notice to Conwy County Borough Council Licensing Authority, Conwy County Borough Council Environmental Health and North Wales Police.


Legislation and conditions

Licensing Act 2003


Contact us:


Email: licensing@conwy.gov.uk

Phone: 01492 576626

Monday to Friday
10.00am to 12:30pm
1:30pm to 4.00pm

Post

Licensing Section,
PO Box 1,
Conwy,
LL30 9GN

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