Displaying Notices For Licensed Premises – Important Requirements

  • Licensing Act 2003 - premises licence summary.
  • Licensing Act 2003  - Notice nominating the person who has custody of the full premises licence.
  • Licensing Act 2003 - Notice making customers aware of the availability of measures required under the mandatory conditions.
  • Weights and Measures (Intoxicating Liquor) Order 1988 –  notice identifying that wine is sold in 125ml, 175ml and/or 250ml. 
  • Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 – requires operators to make menus and prices readily available and to include such information required by a customer to make an informed choice.
  • Children and Young Persons (Protection from Tobacco) Act 1991 as amended and The Protection from Tobacco (Sales from Vending Machines) (England) Regulations 2010 – in premises where tobacco is sold a prominent notice stating:- ‘IT IS ILLEGAL TO SELL TOBACCO PRODUCTS TO ANYONE UNDER THE AGE OF 18’.
  • Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations 2012 – a no smoking sign to be displayed at the entrance to the premises.
  • The Companies (Trading Disclosures) Regulations 2008 – The company name should be displayed at the premises where it can be seen by visitors.
  • Data Protection Act 1998 and Information Commissioners Office – a notice informing customers that CCTV is in operation.
  • Food Labelling Regulations 1996 – a declaration of alcohol by volume (ABV) content must be shown or displayed.
  • Health and Safety Information for Employees Regulations 1989 –  a health and safety law poster is to be displayed if employees have not been provided with a pocket card reminder.
  • The Company’s or premises’ health and safety policy statement must be displayed in a prominent position where it can be easily read by employees.
  • Employers’ Liability (Compulsory Insurance) Act 1969 – employers’ liability insurance certificate must be displayed.
  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 – Fire Safety and Evacuation Plans.

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