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Licensing and Gaming

Opposing Applications

The Licensing Act provides that responsible authorities or other persons can object to applications if they are able to submit relevant representations in regards to the likely effect of that application on the licensing objectives.

Sometimes as an objector, you may feel that an application is being submitted which is not appropriate for an area, or you are happy with the application but would like to see if modified in terms of its hours or conditions.  Where you identify those concerns, we can be of assistance in securing changes on your behalf, as long as we are instructed during the application period.


For expert advice in licensing regulations, contact:

Matt Foster

Partner, Head of Licensing and Gaming

T: 0191 212

Matt is the go-to lawyer for licensing; he will provide thorough advice and representation throughout the matter.
Legal 500, 2016

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