Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010

The Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 is a wide reaching piece of legislation which includes provisions expanding the scope the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 in relation to alcohol licensing and in particular:

  • Section 179 - disabled access
  • Section 180 - notification of licensing application
  • Section 181 - modification of layout plans
  • Section 182 - review of premises licence – notification of determinations
  • Section 183 - antisocial behaviour reports
  • Section 184 – connected persons and interested parties
  • Section 185 – duration of provisional premises licence
  • Section 186 – food hygiene certificates
  • Section 187 – provision of copy licences to chief constable
  • Section 188 – sale of alcohol to trade
  • Section 189 – occasional licences
  • Section 190 - extended hours licence notification period
  • Section 191 extended hours application variation of conditions
  • Section 192 – personal licences
  • Section 193 – emergency closure orders
  • Section 194 – appeals
  • Section 195 – liability for offences
  • Section 196 – false statements in applications
  • Section 197 – powers of licensing standards officers 

If you require further information on Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 then please contact one of the licensing standards officers.