Licensing Policies

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Licensing Act 2003 - Review Statement of Licensing Policy

In accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of the Licensing Act 2003, the Licensing Authority is required to review its Licensing Policy every five years and, before determining the Policy, must consult with a wide variety of individuals and businesses who may have an interest in licensed premises within their area, or may represent such a business or residents in its area.

Redcar and Clevelands review of its policy is now available for consultation and you are invited to view the policy and make comment on it if you wish to do so.

Any comments or observations must reach the Licensing Team by close of business on 31st October 2014. After this date, the draft policy will be reviewed having consideration to them. The revised policy will be published in January 2015 following confirmation of its adoption by the Council.

Dated: 1st September 2014

 icon Draft Statement of Licensing Policy 2014.pdf (198.33k)
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Statement of Licensing Policy
In accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of the Licensing Act 2003 the Licensing Authority is required to review its Licensing Policy every three years and, before determining the Policy, must consult with a wide variety of individuals and businesses who may have an interest in licensed premises within their area, or may represent such a business or residents in its area.

Redcar and Clevelands Borough Council's was approved by Borough Council on the 23 December 2010.



Gambling Policy
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is the Licensing Authority under the Gambling Act 2005 . The Council is responsible for granting premises licences in the Borough of Redcar and Cleveland in respect of a number of premises which were formerly licensed by the Magistrates Courts, along with a number of premises which are redefined by the Gaming Act 2005.

The Gambling Act 2005 requires the Council to prepare and publish a "Statement of Licensing Policy" that sets out the policies that the Council will generally apply to promote the Licensing Objectives when making decisions on applications made under the Act.

This Statement of Principles has been prepared having regard to the provisions of the Guidance issued by the Gambling Commission and the licensing objectives of the Gambling Act 2005.
The policy came into effect on the date of adoption by the Council and will be reviewed as necessary, and at least every three years from the date of adoption.

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