You can make a representation against an application for a new licence/club certificate or a variation of an existing licence/club certificate.
For problems with premises that are already licensed - when other attempts to resolve the problem have failed - an application can be made to the council for a review of that licence.
Licences and applications can be viewed on our Public Licensing Register. If you require any further details about an application please contact us.
Representations and reviews must be relevant to one of the 4 licensing objectives:
- Prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- Prevention of public nuisance
- Protection of children from harm
Any member of the public or a responsible authority can make a representation against an application.
This must be made in writing and submitted by the date as stated below by completing the representation form [PDF 106KB]. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any objections.
Current applications together with the last date that representations can be submitted are as follows:
Premises Licence applications against which representations can be made
|Type of application||Premises name and address||Last date for public objection|
||West Coast Rock Cafe, 5-7 Abingdon Street, FY1 1DG
||21 July 2020
||AJ's Double Burgers, 171a Promenade, FY1 5BQ
||22 July 2020
||Cask & Tap, 82 Topping Street, FY1 3AD
||17 July 2020
||Duke of York, 60 Dickson Road, FY1 2AW
||1 July 2020
Review a premises licence
A review can be submitted by any member of the public or any of the responsible authorities.
When a review has been applied for, any responsible authority or any other person can make a representation on that application within 28 days. A hearing will then be arranged within 20 working days to determine the review.
Download and complete the review guidance and application form [PDF 141KB]. A copy of the review application must be sent to the licensing authority, the premises licence holder, and each of the responsible authorities.
The licensing service is available to contact by telephone or to visit in person to the licensing desk at Blackpool Council's Customer First Centre on Corporation Street between 10.00am and 4.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Wednesday 10.00am to 1.00pm.