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(1)Any person, other than an individual under the age of 18, may apply to the appropriate Licensing Board for a premises licence in respect of any premises.
(2)An application under subsection (1) must—
(a)contain a description of the subject premises, and
(b)be accompanied by—
(i)an operating plan for the subject premises,
(ii)a plan (referred to in this Act as a “layout plan”), in the prescribed form, of the subject premises, and
(iii)the certificates required by section 50(1).
(3)An application under subsection (1) which complies with subsection (2) is referred to in this Act as a “premises licence application”.
(4)An “operating plan” in relation to any premises is a document in the prescribed form containing—
(a)a description of the activities to be carried on in the premises,
(b)a statement of the times during which it is proposed that alcohol be sold on the premises,
(c)a statement as to whether the alcohol is to be sold for consumption on the premises, off the premises or both,
(d)a statement of the times at which any other activities in addition to the sale of alcohol are to be carried on in the premises,
(e)where alcohol is to be sold for consumption on the premises, a statement as to whether children or young persons are to be allowed entry to the premises and, if they are to be allowed entry, a statement of the terms on which they are allowed entry including, in particular—
(i)the ages of children or young persons to be allowed entry,
(ii)the times at which they are to be allowed entry, and
(iii)the parts of the premises to which they are to be allowed entry,
(f)information as to the proposed capacity of the premises,
(g)prescribed information about the individual who is to be the premises manager, and
(h)such other information in relation to the premises and the activities to be carried on there as may be prescribed.
(5)Where alcohol is to be sold both for consumption on and for consumption off any premises, the operating plan for the premises may, under subsection (4)(b), state different times for—
(a)the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises, and
(b)the sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises.
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