The Police and Environmental Health have three working days to object to notices upon receipt of their copy of the Temporary Event Notice.
If an objection is received, a hearing will be held within seven working days of the deadline, on a date we set. If an objection is received for a late Temporary Event Notice, the notice will be refused and there will be no hearing, we will issue a counter notice and the event will not be able to go ahead.
We also have discretion to apply existing licence conditions (if the premises in question already has a Premises licence) if an objection is received.
If no objections are received then a signed copy of your notice will be returned to you in the first class post with an unique reference number, this will need to be available for inspection during the event.