Temporary event notice

Conditions

You must be 18 years of age to submit a TEN.

If you hold a personal licence under the Licensing Act, you can give fifty TENs per calendar year, of which no more than ten can be late temporary event notices (Late TENs). If you do not hold a personal licence, you can give only five TENs per calendar year, of which no more than two can be Late TENs.

A standard TEN must be served no later than 10 working days before the first day of your event. A Late TEN can be given no later than five working days before the first day of your event.

Your event must be for no more than 499 people at any one time and must not last more than 168 hours (seven days). There must be a minimum of 24 hours between any two temporary events at the same premises. One premises may have a maximum of 15 TENs per year, not exceeding a total of 21 days.

Temporary event notices cannot be renewed and only last for the time period stated in the application.