A. Organisers of small-scale ad-hoc events for activities that are for a period not exceeding 168 hours and involving no more than 499 people, can submit a temporary event notice (TEN) to the Licensing Authority. If no objection is made, the event may go ahead. Larger events (i.e. over 499 attendees) will require a premise licence.
Where the licensable activities include the supply of alcohol, the notice must contain a condition that all such supplies of alcohol are made by, or under the authority of the ‘premises user’, i.e. the individual who submitted the temporary event notice.