- Alcohol & Entertainment Licences
Alcohol & Entertainment Licences
Premises Reopening Support Assessment Tool
Broxtowe Borough Council together with Nottinghamshire Best Bar None have produced a Reopening Support Assessment Tool (Opens in a New Window) to assist in preparing your premises to reopen on 17th May 2021.
The information in this checklist will show you areas that you may need to address before you reopen or that you might want to consider in order to make improvements or in some cases, to become legally compliant.
If you have any questions or need any advice as you reopen, please contact the Broxtowe Borough Licensing Team. email@example.com or call 0115 917 3496.
COVID-19: Licensing issues
If you have any queries regarding operating your business during the COVID-19 pandemic please contact the Licensing Team:
- 0115 917 3496
- 0115 917 3752
Regulations to enforce closure of premises
The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Business Closure) (England) Regulations 2020, providing coronavirus closure powers came into force immediately from 2pm on Saturday, 21 March 2020. You can find further guidance in The Health Protection Coronavirus Business Closure England Regulations 2020 (Opens in a new window)
Government phased re-opening
Governments phased plan to ease lockdown measures advising when certain businesses MAY be able to re-open. On-licensed premises information can be found in Stage 3 (Opens in a new window)
You can find more information about working safely during Covid-19 in restaurants pubs, takeaways and other food and drink retailers offering takeaway/delivery services, in the latest Government guidance document (Open in a new window)
Information on how to apply for or amend a Premises Licence.
Information on how to apply for or amend a Club Premises Licence.
Information on how to apply for or amend a Personal Licence.
Information on Licensing Act Notices and how to make a representation.
List and details of all licensed premises and temporary event notices.
Information on how to apply for a Temporary Event Notice.
Statement of Licensing Policy 2019-2024
The Licensing Act 2003 requires that licensing authorities review the statement of licensing policy every five years.
The policy was adopted by full Council on 19th December 2018 and is effective from 7th January 2019.