Temporary Event Notice and a 'late TEN'
A Temporary Event Notice (TEN) is a procedure where small-scale, one off events, which involve licensable activities can take place without any further authorisation.
A statutory ‘Notification’ must be served on the licensing authority and responsible authorities for TEN at least 10 clear working days in advance of the event. They can object on the grounds of one or more of the four licensing objectives.
A 'late TEN' can be applied for if an application has not been made in time. The latest you can apply for a 'late TEN' is 5 working day before the event, however the Police and/or Environmental Health may object to the notice. If an ojection to the event is made, the TEN will be refused and there is no right of appeal.