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Licensing Act 2003 Statement of Licensing Policy Review
In accordance with the Licensing Act 2003, the Licensing Authority is required to review its Statement of 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. Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council’s policy is now scheduled to be reviewed.
However, following Government advice regarding the effect of the Coronavirus pandemic on the licensed trade, the Council proposes to readopt the current Policy. This provides a pragmatic and fair approach to all those working within the licensing sector, whilst continuing to meet our statutory obligations under the Licensing Act 2003.
The draft Statement of Licensing 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.

Draft Statement of Licensing Policy.pdf

If you have any comments or representations on this proposal please do so by email to by 15 January 2021.

​Licensing Act 2003
​The Licensing Act 2003 established a single integrated system for licensing premises that are used for following licensable activities:
  • The sale of alcohol by retail
  • The supply of alcohol in club premises
  • The provision of regulated entertainment
  • The provision of late night refreshment



You can apply for the various licences by clicking the following links:

Club Premises Certificates

Personal Licences

Premises Licences

Temporary Event Notices


Licence Fees

Licence fees are set out based on the Licensing Act 2003. For more information about licence fees, please download the Licensing Act 2003 Fees document below:

Licensing Act 2003 Fees


Statement of Licensing Policy

Our Statement of Licensing Policy provides information and guidance on how the Licensing Authority will carry out its duties and responsibilities under the Licensing Act 2003. The policy is available to download and view below:

Statement of Licensing Policy - Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Public Notices New Applications

​Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council publish public notices of new applications for licences for the public to view. These can be found on our Licence Applications page here​.



Should you need advice about applying for a licence, or you wish to make a complaint about a licensed premises, please email us at or phone our contact centre on 01642 774774.

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Licensing & Parking

Redcar & Cleveland House

Kirkleatham Street


TS10 1RT


Redcar & Cleveland House,
Kirkleatham Street, Redcar,
Yorkshire TS10 1RT

you could call our Customer Services Team on 01642 774774 between 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

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