29Application for a provisional statement where premises being built, etc.E+W
(1)This section applies to premises which—
(a)are being or are about to be constructed for the purpose of being used for one or more licensable activities, or
(b)are being or are about to be extended or otherwise altered for that purpose (whether or not they are already being used for that purpose).
(2)A person may apply to the relevant licensing authority for a provisional statement if—
(a)he is interested in the premises, and
(b)where he is an individual, he is aged 18 or over.
(3)In this Act “provisional statement” means a statement issued under section 31(2) or (3)(c).
(4)Subsection (2) is subject to regulations under—
(a)section 54 (form etc. of applications etc.);
(b)section 55 (fees to accompany applications etc.).
(5)An application under this section must also be accompanied by a schedule of works.
(6)A schedule of works is a document in the prescribed form which includes—
(a)a statement made by or on behalf of the applicant including particulars of the premises to which the application relates and of the licensable activities for which the premises are to be used,
(b)plans of the work being or about to be done at the premises, and
(c)such other information as may be prescribed.
(7)For the purposes of this Part, in relation to any premises in respect of which an application for a provisional statement has been made, references to the work being satisfactorily completed are to work at the premises being completed in a manner which substantially complies with the schedule of works accompanying the application.
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