(i) To determine applications and to make Orders in respect
licences, permits, registrations and
Rights of way, footpaths and bridleways and the
enjoyment of the highway;
Street naming and numbering;
Markets and fairs and other street
Car park orders and variations;
Registration of common land, town greens and
variations of rights of common;
where objections have been received.
(ii) To determine applications
and to make Orders in respect of:
Safety certificates for sports grounds;
Matters regarding film classification;
Rules and Regulations established by the
Fees issues within the terms of reference of the
Applications under Part II and Schedule 3 of the
Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions Act 1982) as amended
from time to time.
To determine waivers and variations on matters determined by the
Licensing and General Purposes Committee, Cabinet or
Specific delegations under the Licensing Act 2003 and Gambling Act
2005 are set out in the Licensing Policy and Statement of
Principles under Gambling Act 2005.
(v) Without prejudice to the
generality of the above sections, in the case of alcohol control
provisions in the Licensing Act 2003 as might be amended, and
related legislation, regulations, orders, guidance, etc, to determine the following matters:
Applications for personal licences where:
Representations have been made, but remain
Applicants have relevant unspent
Matters relating to the licensing, certification and
authorisation at premises where:
Representations have been made to an application,
but remain unresolved.
There is an unresolved police representation to an
application to vary a designated personal licence holder, or to the
transfer of a premises licence.
There is an unresolved police representation to the
application for an interim authority, or to a Temporary Event
An application is made for the review of a premises
licence or club premises certificate.
Matters of an exceptional nature that in the
officer’s opinion justify consideration by the Licensing
[Appeals against decisions of the Licensing Panel must be made
to the Magistrates’ Court.]
Information on how to
submit a petition,
deputation or public question is available on the council