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(1)Section 14 of the Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (c. 16) (places which are not designated public places) is amended as follows.
(2)In subsection (1)—
(a)for paragraph (a) substitute—
“(a)premises in respect of which a premises licence has effect which authorises the premises to be used for the sale or supply of alcohol;
(aa)premises in respect of which a club premises certificate has effect which certifies that the premises may be used by the club for the sale or supply of alcohol;”
(b)in paragraph (b), after “(a)” insert “ or (aa) ”;
(c)in paragraph (c), for “20” substitute “ 30 ”.
(3)After subsection (1) insert—
“(1A)Subsection (1B) applies to premises falling within subsection (1)(a) if—
(a)the premises licence is held by a local authority in whose area the premises or part of the premises is situated; or
(b)the premises licence is held by another person but the premises are occupied by such an authority or are managed by or on behalf of such an authority.
(1B)Subsection (1) prevents premises to which this subsection applies from being, or being part of, a designated public place only—
(a)at times when it is being used for the sale or supply of alcohol; and
(b)at times falling within 30 minutes after the end of a period during which it has been so used.
(1C)In this section “premises licence” and “club premises certificate” have the same meaning as in the Licensing Act 2003.”
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