Any person or business may make representations on premises licence applications or variations; premises licence reviews; representations in relation to club premises certificates; and reviews of club premises certificates. More information about alcohol licensing.
Guidance issued under Section 182 to the Licensing Act 2003. Paragraph 11.11 for assistance states:
"It is important to recognise that the promotion of the licensing objectives relies heavily on a partnership between licence holders, authorised persons, responsible authorities and any other persons in pursuit of common aims. Where authorised persons and responsible authorities have concerns about problems identified at premises, it is good practice for them to give licence holder’s early warning of their concerns and the need for improvement and where possible they should advise the licence holder of the steps they need to take to address those concerns. A failure by the holder to respond to such warnings is expected to lead to a decision to apply for a review. Co-operation at a local level in promoting the licensing objectives should be encouraged and reviews should not be used to undermine this co-operation".
Premises currently under Review:
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is £5,000.
The details of the grounds for review may be inspected at the Licensing Offices between the hours of 8.00 am and 4.00pm (Monday to Friday except Public Holidays).
The full notice for each Review is available at the foot of this page.
Notice of Review of the Premises Licence issued to General Stores Wines & Spirits, 48 Wynall Lane, Stourbridge, DY9 9AB
Interested parties and relevant authorities may make representations in writing to the Licensing Office, Law and Governance, Unit 1 Hurst Business Park, Narrowboat Way, Brierley Hill, West Midlands, DY5 1UF between 17th February 2015 & 16th March 2015.
The Review of Licence has been requested by a relevant authority on the grounds of
· Prevention of crime and disorder
· Protection of children from harm
Contacting the Licensing Office
Please note that the Licensing office moved in July 2014 and the new address is :-
- Law & Governance, Unit 1, Hurst Business Park, Narrowboat Way, Brierley Hill, DY5 1UF
- telephone 01384 815489 or 01384 815377
- fax 01384 812630
The office is open from 8.00am to 4.00pm daily, Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays). Applicants are seen by appointment only.
Disabled users of our service, please note that if possible could you contact us to make an appointment before visiting our offices, to enable us to meet your needs.