A temporary event notice under the Licensing Act 2003 can be used to provide licensable activities on a temporary basis or to also temporarily extend the hours of existing licences.
You must be 18 or older to give a temporary event notice. A temporary event notice can be for any premises, including open spaces.
Normally, temporary events notices must be served with at least 10 clear working days' notice.
A 'late' notice is one given with five to nine clear working days' notice.
There is a consultation period of three working days with the police and Environmental Health. Any objection to a normal notice will need a public hearing to decide if the notice can be given. Objections to a 'late' temporary events notice mean it is refused.