Please check the Government guidance for any proposed event before submitting your application as it may not be permissible under current COVID guidance which restricts live music in pubs to background levels only.
It is recommended that an applicant for a TEN should give at least 28 days prior notice of their intended event, together with a full description of the event, risk assessment and details of how the applicant will promote the licensing objectives.
A temporary event notice (TEN) is best used to licence small events which take place over a short period of time. They are especially useful for people outside of the licensed trade such as community events organisers, charities to licence events that contain any or all of the following:
Your event must:
As well as the 'standard' TEN, which must be made 10 working days before the first day of the event, there is also a 'late' TEN. The 'late' TEN can be submitted between 5 and 9 working days before the first day of the event. However, if objections are received the event will not be permitted to go ahead and there will not be any right of appeal against this decision.