Occasional Licence Advert
In terms of Regulation 18 of the Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007, the Licensing Board is required to give notice, for a period of 7 days, of any applications received for Occasional Licence.
During this 7 day period any individual can object to the application. To view the applications currently being advertised, use the link below:
Any person is eligible to object or make representation. Anyone wishing to make an objection or representation must do so not later than the date stated against each application.
It is the responsibility of the person making the objection or representation to ensure that the Board has received it by the date stated and it may be helpful to lodge it in one of the following ways:
- Delivering by hand;
- Posted (by registered post or recorded delivery or special delivery post) so that in the normal course of post it might be expected to be delivered by the date stated;
- Faxed and an acknowledgement of the fax kept ;or
- Emailed and an acknowledgement of the email kept
Please note that any notice of objection or representation intimated to the Licensing Board by any person shall be copied to the Applicant in its entirety, inclusive of all personal details contained in said Notice as required by S.22(3)(a) of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.