How will my application be dealt with

We will acknowledge Temporary Event Notices within 2 working days, by returning one copy of your notice, suitably marked as a receipt

Only the police can object to a Temporary Event Notice, on the grounds of crime and disorder. If they do object, the event cannot go ahead unless it is possible to find a solution by negotiation.

The police have 48 hours to object to notices. If they do, a hearing will be held within 7 working days of the deadline, on a date set by the council.

The local Police Station that handles all applications and representations under the Licensing Act 2003 is the Licensing section at Heanor Police Station, Godfrey Street Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7GD. Telephone 01773 571849

If you are unable to find an answer to any query please contact the Licensing Section on 01773 841398.

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