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Licensing policy consultation

The licensing objectives are:

  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • the prevention of public nuisance
  • the promotion of public safety
  • the protection of children from harm

There may be serious nuisance or disorder outside premises in areas with a high or exceptional number, type or density of licensed premises. Large concentrations of premises can also affect public transport, littering, and public nuisance. South Wales Police has requested we maintain a special policy in Bridgend Town Centre and have submitted evidence in support of this proposal. South Wales Police has not asked us to change the streets covered by the current policy.

If adopted, the new cumulative impact assessment has the potential to impact on the grant of new licences for:

  • pubs
  • restaurants
  • entertainment venues
  • cultural venues
  • nightclubs
  • late night refreshment takeaways
  • off-licences
  • club premises

It will not apply to Temporary Event Notices.

Consultation timetable

Activity

Date
Consultation period where we welcome your views on the proposal. 17 June to 8 September 2019
Consultation report to Cabinet on the outcomes of the consultation. 22 October 2019
Consultation report published on our website’s consultation page October 2019

How to respond

You can make your views known by completing either:

Contact

Consultation and Engagement Team

Bridgend County Borough Council
Telephone: 01656 643664
Address: Civic Offices, Angel Street, Bridgend, CF31 4WB.

Alternative formats are also available upon request.

Don’t forget you can still have your say on improving council services by joining the Citizen’s Panel.

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