Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

110 Particular conditions: on-licences and club licences

(1)

The licensing authority or licensing committee concerned may issue an on-licence or club licence subject to conditions of any or all of the following kinds:

(a)

conditions prescribing steps to be taken by the licensee to ensure that the provisions of this Act relating to the sale or supply of alcohol to prohibited persons are observed:

(b)

conditions prescribing steps to be taken by the licensee to ensure that the provisions of this Act relating to the management of the premises concerned are observed:

(c)

conditions prescribing the people or kinds of person to whom alcohol may be sold or supplied:

(d)

conditions imposing one-way door restrictions:

(e)

in the case of a club licence or an on-licence endorsed under section 37, conditions requiring a manager to be on duty.

(2)

The licensing authority or licensing committee concerned must ensure that every on-licence and club licence it issues is issued subject to conditions—

(a)

stating the days on which and the hours during which alcohol may be sold and supplied; and

(b)

if there are in force regulations under this Act empowering the authority or committee to determine different levels of licensing fee prescribed by the regulations for premises of different kinds, stating the fees payable for the licensing of the premises concerned; and

(c)

stating (directly or by description) a place or places on the premises at which drinking water is to be freely available to customers while the premises are open for business.

(3)

In deciding the conditions under subsection (2)(a) subject to which a licence is to be issued, the licensing authority or licensing committee concerned may have regard to the site of the premises in relation to neighbouring land use.

(4)

Subsection (1)(c) is subject to the Human Rights Act 1993.