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York's licensing policy

Statement of Licensing Policy and Cumulative Impact Assessment consultation

The Licensing Act requires us to review our 'Statement of Licensing Policy' at least every 5 years; our current policy expires in March 2024. We're also required to review our Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) at least every 3 years; our current CIA was last reviewed in March 2019.

In order to meet requirements we're seeking the views of all 'interested parties' on our revised documents. Before you comment, please read:

The results of the consultation will be considered by the Licensing and Regulatory Committee, before being approved by Full Council.

Your feedback is required before 10 february 2022, email: licensing@york.gov.uk, or write to Licensing Services.

As the 'Licensing Authority' we have a duty to produce a Statement of Licensing Policy. This policy (published in March 2019) sets out the general approach we will take when making licensing decisions.

As the ‘Licensing Authority’ we have also produced a Cumulative Impact Assessment (published in March 2019) in accordance with the requirements of the Licensing Act 2003

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Licensing Services

Eco Depot, Hazel Court, York, YO10 3DS

Telephone: 01904 552422