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Current Licensing Applications

Current Licensing Applications

Search for a Licensing Act application

Search all current Licensing Act applications online

Write the name or address of the premises (or part of) in the search box. If there is only one result to your search, you will be taken straight to the records. If there are many results, you will be given a list. Click on the blue text to go to the application you are interested in.

Under the Licensing Act 2003, members of the public are permitted to make representations for or against new premises licence applications, applications to vary existing premises licenses and applications for the review of a premises licence.

Please make sure you have read the guidance notes about how to make a representation (see end of document for the contents of this page) before completing this form.

In order for the representations to be valid they must relate to one or more of the following four licensing objectives:

  • Prevention of crime and disorder
  • Ensuring public safety
  • Prevention of public nuisance
  • Protection of children from harm

Please note that it is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is £5000.

View a licence

To view details of the license summary, important dates and contact details, click on the licences link. 

To view the documents, click on the documents tab and then on the "view document" link against the relevant document you wish to view.

When is the licensing application online service available?

This service is available between 7:30am and 11:00pm. In order for the licensing application search facility to be backed up this service is not available outside of these hours.

Documents and file types

Most of the files in the 'Documents' section for each application are Adobe Acrobat.

If you have problems opening files, please contact us as we might be able to save the file again in a different format or email it to you.

What licensing search facility do you use?

The Council uses Idox's Public Access Module (version 1.7.1) for our licensing search facility.

Terms and conditions of use

Braintree District Council makes every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this website but cannot accept responsibility for and disclaims all responsibility for any loss or damage which may arise from the use of the information provided.

All electronic documents are in Adobe Acrobat Format. You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or above to view the Applications and summaries. This can be downloaded from the Adobe website.

Any application forms and plans have been submitted to Braintree District Council in order to apply for a license. They are protected by the Copyright Acts (Section 47, Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988). Information will be held on a computer database system and available for public viewing via the website. They are being made available to be viewed for consultation purposes only. Copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner (i.e. the applicants or their agent).

To make representations under the Licensing Act 2003