114 Effect of single-area conditions

(1)

Every single-area condition takes effect as a condition that the licensee of the premises concerned must ensure that—

(a)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, alcohol occurs on the premises at any place outside the alcohol area; and

(b)

the premises are not reconfigured or rearranged in a way whose effect (whether intentional or not) is that the alcohol area contains—

(i)

any area of the premises through which the most direct pedestrian route between any entrance to the premises and the main body of the premises passes; or

(ii)

any area of the premises through which the most direct pedestrian route between the main body of the premises and any general point of sale passes.

(2)

If the alcohol area has not been so described that it is divided into 2 or 3 sub-areas, a single-area condition also takes effect as a condition that the licensee of the premises concerned must ensure that no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the alcohol area.

(3)

If the alcohol area has been so described that it is divided into 2 sub-areas, a single-area condition also takes effect as a condition that the licensee of the premises concerned must ensure that—

(a)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the sub-area designated as the core sub-area; and

(b)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the sub-area designated as the secondary sub-area unless it occurs at a time when no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, alcohol is occurring inside that sub-area.

(4)

If the alcohol area has been so described that it is divided into 3 sub-areas, a single-area condition also takes effect as a condition that the licensee of the premises concerned must ensure that—

(a)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the sub-area designated as the core sub-area; and

(b)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the sub-area designated as the secondary sub-area unless it occurs at a time when—

(i)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, alcohol is occurring inside that sub-area; and

(ii)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, alcohol is occurring inside the sub-area designated as the overflow sub-area; and

(c)

no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, a product that is not alcohol occurs on the premises at any place inside the sub-area designated as the overflow sub-area unless it occurs at a time when no display or promotion of, or advertisement for, alcohol is occurring inside that sub-area.

(4A)

The effect of a single-area condition set out in subsections (1) to (4) does not apply in relation to the display or promotion of, or the advertisement for, low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beer, wine, or mead.

(5)

For the purposes of this section,—

(a)

neither of the following is a promotion of alcohol:

(i)

a sign (consistent with other general signage in the supermarket or grocery store concerned) giving directions to, or describing the location of, an area where alcohol is available for purchase:

(ii)

a newspaper, magazine, or catalogue containing a promotion of or advertisement for alcohol; and

(b)

described means described under section 113; and

(c)

designated means designated under section 113(3)(b); and

(d)

low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beer, wine, or mead means a product that is specified in section 58(1)(a) to (d) but that is not alcohol.

Section 114(4A): inserted, on 13 December 2016, by section 6(1) of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Display of Low-alcohol Beverages and Other Remedial Matters) Amendment Act 2016 (2016 No 101).

Section 114(5)(c): amended, on 13 December 2016, by section 6(2) of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Display of Low-alcohol Beverages and Other Remedial Matters) Amendment Act 2016 (2016 No 101).

Section 114(5)(d): inserted, on 13 December 2016, by section 6(3) of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Display of Low-alcohol Beverages and Other Remedial Matters) Amendment Act 2016 (2016 No 101).