These documents contain information about new applications and variations for premises licences and club premises certificates under the Licensing Act 2003. This is when an an individual or organisation applies for a premises licence or club certificate to carry out licensable activities such as the retail of alcohol, providing regulated entertainment or the provision of late night refreshment.
The applications, licences and supporting documentation will also be available to view, by appointment, at the Civic Offices, Derby Road, Long Eaton, Derbyshire NG10 1HU.
The Business and Planning Act 2020 came into force on 22 July 2020 in order to help businesses that had been effected by the COVID19 pandemic, this offered a fast track process to grant Pavement licences to permit tables and chairs, stalls etc. to be placed on the highway for the sale and consumption of food and drink. Any applicant granted a Pavement licence will remain in force until 30 September 2021 unless surrendered or revoked. Applications for a Pavement licence can be viewed below. Representations may be made during the public consultation and these must be made by the Last Date for Representations. For further guidance, please visit the Pavement Licences webpage.
Premises Application Search
You can find information about current applications received under the Licensing Act 2003 by accessing the following database:
|Reference Number||Address||Application||Plans||Granted||Appeals||Variation Application||Last Date for Representations|
|PRM0036||The Lounge, 2 Bath Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshier DE7 8FB||VIEW||24 June 2020 - Issued with amendments||VIEW||22 JUNE 2020|
|PRM0477||Long Eaton Rugby Club, West Park, Long Eaton NG10 4AA||VIEW||VIEW||27 JULY 2020|
|PRM0542||McDonalds Restaurant/Takeaway, 3 Waverley Street, Long Eaton NG10 1HG||VIEW||3 AUGUST 2020|
|PRM0150||Market Inn, Market Place, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5QA||VIEW||VIEW||27 JULY 2020|
|PRM0543||Daisy Gift Balloons, 298 Wilsthorpr Road, Long Eaton, Derbyshire NG10 4AA||VIEW||VIEW||12 AUGUST 2020|
|PRM0544||Express Chippy & Pizza, 39 Hayworth Road, Sandiacre NG10 5LL||VIEW||VIEW||3 SEPTEMBER 2020|
|PAVE001||The Draycott Tap House, 29 Victoria Road, Draycott, DE72 3PS||VIEW||12 AUGUST 2020|
These applications are currently serving a statutory consultation period and have not yet been issued by the licensing authority unless a 'Granted' date is given.
A key feature of the new licensing regime is to allow anyone to have a say in licensing applications that they think may affect them, as well as ensuring that the Responsible Authorities such as the police, public health, planning, fire, trading standards, child protection and environmental health officers also have the opportunity to submit their recommendations and take action if problems occur after the grant of a premises licence.
The 2003 Act permits anyone to make a 'representation' if they think they will be affected by an application for a premises licence. This includes any individual, body, business or organisation. Whilst any of these persons may act in their own right, they may also request that a representative makes a representation to the licensing authority on their behalf. A representative may include a legal representative, a friend, a Member of Parliament, or a local ward or parish Councillor who can all act in such a capacity.
If they think granting a new, or changing an existing licence or certificate would undermine any of the licensing objectives, they can make representations to the relevant licensing authority. Any representation made by these persons must be 'relevant' to the licensing objectives. They can also ask the licensing authority to review a current premises licence or club certificate if problems occur which undermine the licensing objectives. The licensing objectives are:
The prevention of crime and disorder
The prevention of public nuisance
The protection of children from harm.
This may affect pubs, clubs, bars. restaurants, supermarkets, off licences, cinemas, theatres, community premises and late night takeaways to name just a few. Under the Act the licensing authority must publish a Statement of Licensing Policy describing how it will promote the licensing objectives above.
Please be aware that it is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application. The maximum fine which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is £5000.
Please see below for additional guidance and the relevant application form for making a representation.
Guidance notes - making a representation to an application under the Licensing Act 2003
For further information regarding Current Applications, please contact the Licensing Section using the details below:
Erewash Borough Council
Tel: 0115 9071113
Fax: 0115 9071121