Toolbox - 2.2 Step 2 - The DLC chair considers the application

Example of a minute on reporting timelines
Example of a minute setting down a hearing due to agency opposition
Example of a minute setting down a hearing due to new case law
Example of a minute seeking further information
Example of a minute setting down a rehearing
Example of a minute setting down a hearing due to outstanding issues
Example of a minute setting down a hearing
Guide to writing a decision
Example of a decision ‘on the papers’
Example of a decision following a hearing
You can find more detail about conditions in Part 1
View templates for conditions for different types of licences

Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 references for 2.2 Step 2 – The DLC chair considers the application

64                  Issue of licences, certificates, and authorities

104                Who decides application for licence        

105                Criteria for issue of licences        

106                Considering effects of issue or renewal of licence on amenity and
                      good order of locality               

130-132         Renewals

136                Temporary authorities: on-licences and off-licences

137-150         Applications for special licences

211                Decisions to be given in writing

216-228         Manager’s certificates

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