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Licensing of Pavement Cafés Act (Northern Ireland) 2014

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6—(1) A pavement café licence must include a condition requiring temporary furniture not to be placed for use as mentioned in the licence on any public area other than the area covered by the licence.

(2) A condition requiring the licence holder not to permit persons to consume intoxicating liquor when using furniture on the area covered by the licence—

(a)must be included in a pavement café licence if the premises specified in that licence are premises licensed under the Licensing Order of a kind mentioned in Article 5(1)(b) of that Order (off-licences); and

(b)may be included in any other pavement café licence (whether or not the premises specified in that licence are licensed under the Licensing Order) if the council is satisfied that permitting persons to consume intoxicating liquor when using furniture on the area covered by the pavement café licence would be likely to result in disorder.

(3) A council may specify in a pavement café licence such other conditions as it considers reasonable, and those conditions may in particular include conditions—

(a)limiting the furniture which may be placed on the area covered by the licence by reference to the kind, amount, size or nature of the furniture;

(b)limiting the days or times when the furniture may be on that area;

(c)for securing that adequate arrangements are made for storing the furniture when not on that area;

(d)regulating the arrangements for payment to the council of fees imposed under section 12;

(e)for securing that such insurances and indemnities as may be specified in the licence are put in place;

(f)requiring the council to be notified of such matters as may be specified in the licence;

(g)requiring the surrender of any other pavement café licence in respect of the premises.

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I1S. 6 in operation at 1.10.2016 by S.R. 2016/126, art. 2

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