The following criteria must be met in order for a TEN to be granted:
- You must be over 18 years of age to apply for a TEN
- If you do not hold a you are only permitted to hold a maximum of five TENs per calendar year (inclusive of a maximum of two Late TENs)
- Please note, a TEN is treated as from the same person if it is submitted through a spouse, agent, employee, civil partner, child, grandparent, brother or sister
- If you hold a Personal Licence you are permitted to hold a maximum of 50 TENs per calendar year (inclusive of a maximum of 10 Late TENs)
- A premises can host no more than 15 TENs per calendar year and the aggregate duration of TENs on any premises cannot exceed 21 days in any year
- There must be a minimum of 24 hours between events at the same premises
- You cannot put more than one event date on a TEN. A separate TEN is required for each event date and a payment for £21.00 per TEN
- You are now able to apply online for this licence by going to our public register
- The Licensing Team will forward an electronic copy to the Police and Environmental Health for consideration. Only the Police and Environmental Health can object to a TEN being granted (not members of the general public).
- Breckland Council must be in receipt of the completed signed application form and non-refundable fee of £21.00 no later that 10 clear working days before the day on which the event is due to start
- If applying by post (or in person to one of our Customer Contact Centres) Breckland Council must be in receipt of the completed and non refundable fee of £21.00 no later than 10 clear working days before the day on which the event is due to start. The applicant must also send a copy to both the at least 10 clear working days before the proposed start date of the event. Only the Police and Environmental Health can object to a TEN being granted (not members of the general public).
- You are also able to scan in a completed TEN application form and email to email@example.com if your email is received successfully you will receive an acknowledgement email. The Licensing Team will forward an electronic copy to the Police and Environmental Health for consideration. Only the Police and Environmental Health can object to a TEN being granted (not members of the general public).
Please note it is an offence to carry out a Licensable Activity without the appropriate licence which carries the penalty of a fine of any amount or up to six months imprisonment or both.
The premises is still subject to all other relevant legal requirements. For example, the premises must still meet all relevant health and safety standards.
On receipt of the completed application form and payment, subject to all conditions being met, our Licensing Team will acknowledge receipt.
Only the Police and Environmental Protection (not members of the general public) can object to a TEN/Late TEN on the grounds of any of the four licensing objectives:
- the prevention of crime and disorder,
- public safety,
- the prevention of public nuisance,
- the protection of children from harm.
If a valid objection is received on a TEN there may be a hearing or conditions may be attached to the TEN. If a valid objection is received on a Late TEN then the event will be prevented from going ahead. Once a TEN/Late TEN has been acknowledged by Breckland Council and no objection had been received you can proceed with the event. You must ensure a copy of the TEN, acknowledged by Breckland Council, is prominently displayed at the premises.
If you wish to withdraw your TEN/Late TEN at any time during the application process, you must confirm to Breckland Council in writing at least 24 hours before the start of the event. A cancelled event will not count towards your annual limits. There is no refund of the £21.00 fee.
Last updated: 09/05/2018 11:02:09