Licensing byelaws and forum

Stirling Council byelaws register

Byelaw name

Year enacted

Scope

Stirling Council Byelaws Prohibiting the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places

1998

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Cambusbarron, Fallin, Throsk, Cowie, Plean and Callander.

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) Byelaws 2000

2001

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in Dunblane

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) Byelaws 2005

2005

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in Strathblane, Blanefield, Balfron and Killearn

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) (No. 2) Byelaws 2005

2005

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in Arnprior, Buchlyvie, Gargunnock and Kippen

Stirling Council Byelaws on the Employment of Children 2006

2006

Regulation of the employment of children in certain types of work and the conditions required to be met.

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) (No. 1) Byelaws 2007

2007

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in Doune, Deanston and Drymen

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) Byelaws 2010

2011

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places in East Side of Loch Lomond

Stirling Council Prohibition the Drinking of Alcohol in Public Places (Amendment) (No 1) Byelaws 2017

2017

Prohibition of outdoor drinking in public places on the shores of Loch Voil, Loch Earn, Loch Doine, part of Loch Lubnaig

Licensing forum

The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 provides for the creation of local licensing forums in every local authority area. The licensing board must meet with the relevant licensing forum at least once a year and the forum must meet four times a year. The aim of the forum is to promote the understanding of local issues in relation to the operation of the Act.

The purpose of the forum is to:

  • review the operation of the Act in the forum’s area and the exercise of the relevant board of their functions
  • give advice and make recommendations to the relevant board

Forum members include the Chief Constable, premises and personal licence holders, residents, and young people drawn from the local area.

Stirling Council needs more local people from rural areas to become involved in the Stirling local licensing forum.
Stirling Local Licensing Forum

Citizenship Appointments Panel - Application Form

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