Entertainment & alcohol
Reviews under the Licensing Act
Who can call a review of licensed premises?
A review may be called by any of the Responsible Authorities or any other person.
A review must be relevant to one or more of the licensing objectives which are as follows:
- The prevention of crime and disorder.
- Public safety.
- The prevention of public nuisance.
- The protection of children from harm.
Before you apply please read our guidance notes on the review process.
To call a review download, complete and return the review application form to: Licensing and Public Protection Service, Liverpool City Council, Cunard Buildings, Water Street, Liverpool, L3 1AH.
Making a representation on a review
When a review has been applied for, any responsible authority or any other person can make a representation on that application. See the representations page for details on how to make a representation.
Licensed premises currently under review
There are no premises currently under review.
Licensed premises currently subject to closure order
There are no premises currently subject to a closure notice.
Reporting incidents at licensed premises
Crime and disorder incidents
The police will deal with crime and disorder incidents at or near licensed premises. Call the police on 709 6010 or 999 in an emergency.
Protection of children from harm
In the case of underage sales of alcohol, the council’s Safeguarding Children Board want to hear about premises selling alcohol to underage people or licensed premises that allow unsupervised children access, whose activities may affect a child’s wellbeing or development. Call the Safeguarding Children Board on 233 3700 (24 hours).
The council’s public protection unit investigate licensed premises causing a public nuisance due to loud recorded or live music. Contact us on 0151 233 3001.