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Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011

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124Review of effect of amendments on licensing scheme
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(1)As soon as reasonably practicable after the end of the review period, the Secretary of State must—

(a)carry out a review of the following provisions of this Chapter—

(i)section 103 (licensing authorities as responsible authorities),

(ii)section 104 (Primary Care Trusts and Local Health Boards as responsible authorities),

(iii)section 105 (premises licences: who may make relevant representations),

(iv)section 106 (premises licenses: who may apply for review),

(v)section 107 (club premises certificates: who may make relevant representations),

(vi)section 108 (club premises certificates: who may apply for review),

(vii)section 109 (reducing the burden: premises licences),

(viii)section 110 (reducing the burden: club premises certificates),

(ix)section 111 (reducing the burden: other situations),

(x)section 112 (temporary event notices: who may make an objection),

(xi)section 113 (temporary event notices: conditions),

(xii)section 117 (temporary event notice: time for objection to notice),

(xiii)section 119 (early morning alcohol restriction orders),

(xiv)section 120 (suspension of licence or certificate for failing to pay annual fee),

(xv)section 123 (personal licences: relevant offences), and

(b)set out the conclusions of the review in a report.

(2)In particular, the review must assess the effect of the amendments made by those sections on the scheme established by the Licensing Act 2003.

(3)The Secretary of State must lay a copy of the report before Parliament.

(4)In this section, “review period” means the period of five years beginning with—

(a)if all of those sections commence on the same day, that day, and

(b)otherwise, the first day on which all of those sections have commenced.

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