Standard temporary event notices
A minimum of 10 working days prior to an event, you must give a copy of a temporary event notice to the Licensing Authority with the required fee of £21.
Please note: 10 working days notice does not include bank holidays or weekends, and does not count the day you serve the application or the day that the event starts as part of the 10 working days.
Also, you must give one copy to the police Licensing Team and the East Riding of Yorkshire council's Environmental Control Team. The application below serves all 3 copies for you.
Apply for a standard temporary event notice online
Alternatively, you can apply using the hard copy form which can be requested via email on email@example.com.
Late temporary event notices
You are able to submit a limited number of late temporary event notices each calendar year.
A late temporary event notice is one served 5 - 9 days working days before the event.
Please note: 5 working days' notice does not include the day the notice is given or the day of the event. Working days' notice does not include bank holidays or weekends.
A personal licence holder is limited to 10 late temporary event notices each calendar year and a non-personal licence holder is limited to 2 late temporary event notices each year.
Any temporary event notice submitted with less than 5 working days notice before the event will be rejected by the licensing authority and a counter-notice served on you.
If you proceeded with an event after a counter-notice had been issued by the licensing authority this would be an offence under Section 136 of The Licensing Act 2003.
Apply for a Late Temporary Event Notice