We have had to change the way that some of our services operate to meet the guidelines set out by the government in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
In certain circumstances, some of the highway in front of your business may be used for the sale of food and drink and for the placing of tables, chairs and other furniture whilst the public have food and drink. A successful application does not affect the need to acquire any other licence such liquor, music, food hygiene etc.
Conditions will be attached to each successful application including but not limited to operational times, area’s being confined to the boundary of your premises and not obstructing any other property including street furniture. Neighboring properties will be consulted about your application as a part of the approval process.21116
Guidance notes for pavement applicants in Torbay
All applications will be assessed individually by an Officer and advice will be given on site. Licenses will all have a 1 April start date. Changes to the licensed area or licence holder details during the licensed period will incur an admin charge.
You can also submit your application by downloading and completing an application form and sending it to us.21115
Band One - Under 10m2
|£295 per annum|
Band Two - 10 to 19.99m2
|£435 per annum|
Band Three - 20 to 29.99m2
|£585 per annum|
Band Four - Over 30m2
|£730 per annum|
Licences are issued indefinitely in order to avoid the requirement to re-apply each year, however, licence holders will be invoiced in respect of an annual fee in February each year. The annual fee forms a condition of Licence and must be paid on or before the due date of 1 April each year in order to keep the licence live.
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