Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012

211 Decisions to be given in writing

(1)

The licensing authority and every licensing committee must give its decision on an application in writing, and must state in it—

(a)

the reasons for the decision; and

(b)

what reports on the application were received; and

(c)

the attitude towards the application of every report.

(2)

The statement of the attitude towards an application of any report may be in general terms only.

(3)

The licensing authority or licensing committee must give a copy of the decision to—

(a)

the applicant; and

(b)

each objector who appeared at the hearing; and

(c)

any other objector who requests a copy; and

(d)

each person referred to in section 202(4)(c).

(4)

The licensing authority must take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure that copies of its decisions are publicly available.

(5)

Every territorial authority must take all reasonably practicable steps to ensure that copies of all the decisions of its licensing committees are publicly available.

(6)

A decision takes effect on the date stated in the decision (or, if no date is stated, on the date the decision is given).

Compare: 1989 No 63 s 113