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Arranging Licencing plans

The Licensing Act of 2003 transfers the responsibility for licensing to local authorities, and introduces a requirement for a Premises Licence (in addition to a personal licence).
The act has 4 fundamental objectives: prevention of crime and disorder, promotion of public safety, prevention of public nuisance & protection of children from harm.

From 24th November 2005 all premises serving alcohol, offering late night hot food, or providing regulated entertainment will require a new licence.
All applications must include a premise plan at 1:100 including certain stipulated information including:

Perimeter, rooms, kitchens & public conveniences.
Entry & exit points, also of escape routes.
Area for each licensable activity, including areas for the consumption of alcohol.

Location and height of any stage or raised area, steps, stairs, lifts etc.
Fixed structures including fixed furniture. and CCTV Cameras.
Location and type of any fire safety equipment and other safety equipment.

C.N.A Risk Management can arrange for all types of Plans of your premises

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