Disapplication of Designated Premises Supervisor

To disapply the mandatory condition for the requirement of a designated premises supervisor by transferring the responsibility to the management of a board or committee of individuals.

Licence summary

It is possible to disapply the mandatory condition under Section 19(4) of the Licensing Act 2003 for the requirement of a designated premises supervisor by transferring the responsibility to the management of a board or committee of individuals.

Eligibility criteria

Management Committees/Boards of church and community buildings.

Regulation summary

A summary of the eligibility criteria for this licence


Application evaluation process

Applications must be sent to the licensing authority for the area where the premises are located together with a fee of £23.00 unless made with an application for a new premises licence or a full variation in which case there is no fee payable for this application.

Applications must be made on the prescribed form.

The management committee must understand that should the application be granted, they will be responsible for all alcohol sales under the licence. Details of how the premises will be managed will be required such as a written constitution or other management documents and how responsibility for alcohol sales is to be determined.

If the application is not made through the online process, applicants must also give a copy of the application form to:

The Chief Officer of Police, Avon and Somerset Constabulary
Liquor Licensing
PO Box 3259
Kenneth Steele House
Feeder Road, Bristol, BS2 2EJ

You are also strongly advised to check with the Police that they have received their copy of the application by telephoning 01179455195 or email: liquorlicensing@avonandsomerset.police.uk

The licensing authority must grant the application, if no relevant representations are received. If however, they are made and not withdrawn a hearing must be held before members of the licensing committee, unless all parties required by the Act agree that such a hearing is unnecessary.

The licensing authority will serve a notice of its decision on the applicant and the Chief Officer of Police.


Will tacit consent apply?

Yes. This means that you will be able to act as though your application is granted if you have not heard from the local authority by the end of the target completion period, which is subject to the submission of all information required. The timescale is 20 days after receipt of a valid application.

If you are submitting this application by post tacit consent will only apply when the business can show proof of delivery from the Post Office or recognised courier.  You are also strongly advised to obtain proof of delivery of the copy sent to the Chief of Police.

Timescales for processing an application do not start until all the necessary information has been received in full.


How to apply

You can apply by completing the following:


Failed application redress

Please contact your Local Authority in the first instance.

The Licensing Manager
Licensing Service
South Somerset District Council
The Council Offices
Brympton Way
Yeovil
Somerset
BA20 2HT

Telephone: 01935 462462

Contact us online

If an application for a licence is refused the failed applicant can appeal.

Appeals are made to a Magistrates' court within 21 days of notice of the decision.

The Magistrates Court
Petters Way
Yeovil
Somerset
BA20 1SW

Telephone: 01935 426281

Applicant redress

In the first instance please contact:

The Licensing Manager
Licensing Service
South Somerset District Council
The Council Offices
Brympton Way
Yeovil
Somerset
BA20 2HT

Contact us online


Consumer complaint

An interested party or responsible authority may apply to the licensing authority to review the premises licence. A hearing will be held by the licensing authority.

Appeals are made to a Magistrates' court within 21 days of notice of the decision.

The Magistrates Court
Petters Way
Yeovil
Somerset
BA20 1SW

Telephone: 01935 426281

Other redress

The chief police officer for the police area where the premises are located can apply to the licensing authority for a summary review of the licence if the premises are licensed to sell alcohol by retail and a senior officer has given a certificate that they are of the opinion that the premises are associated with either serious crime or disorder or both. The licensing authority must within 48 hours of receipt of the application consider whether it is necessary to take interim steps pending the determination of a review of the premises licence. A review hearing will be held with 28 days of receipt of the application and the licence holder and other interested parties may make representations.

A decision made by the licensing authority at a summary review of a premises licence does not have effect until the end of the period given for appealing against the decision or if the decision is appealed against, the time the appeal is disposed of.

Appeals are made to a Magistrates' court within 21 days of notice of the decision.

The Magistrates Court
Petters Way
Yeovil
Somerset
BA20 1SW

Telephone: 01935 426281

Trade associations

Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR)
Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union (BECTU)
Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations (FLVA)
Federation of Licensed Victuallers Associations (FLVA)

Public Register

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View a list of Applications received for Premises Licences.

 
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