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The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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7.—(1) Where a Board intends to give notice of an application under paragraph (1) of regulation 6, it is to notify the applicant of–

(a)the date on which that notice–

(i)is first to appear on the Board’s website under sub paragraph (a) of that paragraph; or

(ii)is to appear in a newspaper under sub paragraph (b) of that paragraph; and

(b)the date which is to be specified in the notice under regulation 6(4)(d).

(2) During the period specified in paragraph (3), the applicant is to display a notice of A4 size at or near the premises to which the application relates and in a place and at a height where the notice can conveniently be read by the public.

(3) That period is the period of 21 days starting with the date notified under paragraph (1)(a).

(4) Where a Board considers that a notice required by paragraph (2) has for any reason not been in place for the whole of the period specified in paragraph (3) or has been damaged during that period, it may require the applicant to display the notice for a further 21-day period.

(5) A notice required by paragraph (4) is to specify the last day of the period during which it has to be displayed as the date by which objections or representations require to be lodged.

(6) A notice displayed under this regulation is to be–

(a)subject to paragraph (7), in the form set out in Schedule 1 in the case of a premises licence application; and

(b)in the form set out in Schedule 2 in the case of a variation application.

(7) Where it appears to the applicant that the application is one falling within article 18 or 19 of the Licensing (Transitional and Saving Provisions) (Scotland) Order 2007, the notice may include a statement in the following terms:–

  • The purpose of this application is to allow the applicant to obtain a premises licence under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005. It is not proposed to make any substantial change to the size and capacity of the premises, their general nature, any entertainment that they provide and the hours during which alcohol is sold..

(8) On the expiry of a 21-day period under paragraph (3) or (4), the applicant is to submit to the Board a certificate in the form set out in Schedule 3.

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