Consultation outcome

Dealing with the problems of late night drinking

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Dealing With The Problems Of Late Night Drinking Response To Consultation

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from 17 January 2012 12:00am to
10 April 2012 11:45pm

Summary

This consultation sought views on certain aspects of early morning restriction orders and the late night levy.

Documents

Response to consultation: dealing with the problems of late-night drinking

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Dealing with the problems of late night drinking consultation

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Impact assessment (consultation stage): dealing with the problems of late night drinking consultation

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Impact assessment (secondary legislation): dealing with the problems of late-night drinking

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Regulatory Policy Committee opinion of IA: dealing with the problem of late-night drinking

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Consultation description

This consultation is about two measures in the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 (‘the 2011 Act’) that will be implemented through regulations: early morning restriction orders (‘EMROs’) and the late night levy (‘the levy’).

This consultation sought views on certain aspects of EMROs and the late night levy, including the process of adopting an EMRO and/or the levy; categories of business which will be exempt from any EMRO; categories of business which individual licensing authorities may choose to exempt from, or afford a reduction in relation to, the late night levy; and the kinds of services a licensing authority may fund with the 30 per cent of net levy receipts it may retain from the net levy revenue.

The response to the consultation was published on 4 July 2012.

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