143 Additional requirements for large-scale events

(1)

If, in the opinion of the licensing committee concerned, an application for a special licence relates to a large-scale event, the committee may do any or all of the following:

(a)

require the applicant to provide the committee with a management plan describing how the applicant proposes to deal with matters such as security, monitoring, interaction with local residents, and public health concerns:

(b)

require the applicant to provide the committee with a certificate by the territorial authority that the proposed use of the premises meets the requirements of the Resource Management Act 1991 and of the building code:

(c)

require the applicant to liaise with the Police and the territorial authority on planning for the event.

(2)

In deciding whether to issue a special licence, the licensing committee concerned may have regard to the following matters (in addition to the matters stated in section 142(1)):

(a)

whether, and how well, the applicant has complied with any requirement under subsection (1)(a):

(b)

whether, and how well, the applicant has complied with any requirement under subsection (1)(c), and whether the Police and the territorial authority are satisfied with any liaison that has taken place.