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The Licensing (Minor Variations) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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2.  The following forms of variation of a premises licence are prescribed as minor variations for the purposes of section 29(6) of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005—

(a)where the name of the premises is disclosed in the premises licence, any change in that name;

(b)a temporary or permanent reduction in the licensed hours which does not result in the premises opening any earlier or closing any later than stated in the premises licence and operating plan;

(c)in relation to the access of children or young persons onto the premises any variation to the operating plan so as to—

(i)increase the minimum age at which children or young persons may be allowed onto the premises;

(ii)reduce the times at which children or young persons are allowed onto the premises;

(iii)restrict the access of children or young persons to certain parts of the premises;

(d)any reduction in the capacity of the premises whether resulting from a variation to the layout plan or otherwise;

(e)any variation resulting in the cessation of the provision of live or recorded music at a decibel level exceeding 85 decibels;

(f)any variation to provide that, when the premises are fully occupied, more customers are likely to be seated than standing.

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