Temporary event notices

Temporary events relate to ‘one off’ events where 499 people or fewer will attend where licensable activities will take place.

Licensable activities are

  • Selling or supplying alcohol
  • Providing regulated entertainment - such as music, dancing or indoor sporting events
  • Providing late night refreshment – hot food or drink sold between 11pm and 5am

Criteria

  • You must be 18 years or over to apply
  • no more than 499 people – including staff running the event
  • last no longer than 168 hours (7 days)
  • you can have 5 TENS a year, 2 of which can be ‘late’ TENs and  Personal Licence holders can have 50 TENs a year, 10 of which can be ‘late’ TENS
  • a premises can have up to 15 TENs applied for in one year, as long as the total length of the events are not more than 21 days
  • there must be at least a 24 hour gap between each event

It is unlawful to permit children under 16 not accompanied by an adult between midnight and 5am to any premises operating under a TEN supplying alcohol for consumption. (See Safeguarding link) 

Fees and charges

Licensing fees and charges

Late TENs

The latest you can apply for a ‘late TEN’ is 5 days (not including weekends or Bank Holidays) before the event but not earlier than 9 days. These days do not include the day we receive your application or the day of the event.

Objections

We will not refuse a TEN unless the Police or Environmental Protection objects to it within 3 days. They can only object if they think your event could -

  • lead to crime and disorder
  • cause a public nuisance
  • be a threat to public safety
  • put children at risk of harm

If there’s an objection, we will hold a meeting (called a ‘hearing’) no later than 24 hours before the event (unless all parties come to an agreement).

At the hearing, the committee will approve, add conditions or reject the TEN. If the Police or Environmental Protection objects to a late TEN, it won’t be valid and you can’t hold the event.

Displaying your notice

You must keep your TEN in a safe place at the event and where it can be easily seen

How to apply

  • you must apply at least 10 days (not including weekends or Bank Holidays) before an event. These days do not include the day we receive your application or the day of the event.
  • we require 2 copies of the application, one for the Licensing Section and Environmental Protection. Another must be sent to the Police. All copies are required at least 10 working days before the event. 
     

Send completed applications to licensing.requests@hullcc.gov.uk

or you can post it to Licensing Section

33 Witham,

Hull

HU9 1DB


If payment is not enclosed, you will be contacted.

Failure to provide the fee may delay your application.

Telephone the Licensing Section 01482 615462 for any enquiries

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For advice on events, you can contact

communitieslicensing@humberside.pnn.police.uk

environmentalprotection.jobrequests@hullcc.gov.uk 

Application form and guidance