The Licensing Act allows any other persons, (any individual, body or business) to make a representation. The representations to licensing authorities can either support or object to an application for the grant, variation, minor variation or review of premises licences and club premises certificates, regardless of the representative's geographic proximity to the premises.
Any applications listed below are subject to the 28 day consultation period and only contain brief details. Contact the licensing team if you require further information.
Any interested party who wish to make a representation should contact the licensing team.
The Licensing Act 2003 states the council must produce a Statement of Licensing Policy in relation to how it will deal with licensing functions within its role as the Licensing Authority for Slough Borough Council. Policy statements were consulted on and adopted in 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013. The next statement after this 2019 edition will be in 2024.
This document includes information on how the council will carry out its functions and deal with applications under the Licensing Act 2003.
This draft revised policy only reflects minor amendments, reformatting for clearer reference, deletion of reference to Designated Public Places Orders (now rescinded), inclusions of new requirements implemented through the Immigration Act 2016 and changes to some mandatory conditions and inclusion of the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) (Amendments Order) 2014.
The council is obliged to consult on the adoption of the revised Statement of Licensing Policy and this consultation will run until 26 November 2018.
Responsible Authorities such as the police, premises licence holders or their representatives and members of the public are welcome to send in their views regarding the policy statement. Any views or comments can be forwarded to email@example.com or to the council in writing to the Licensing Managers, MyCouncil, Landmark Place, High Street, Slough, SL1 1JL.