Guidance

Alcohol licensing: pilot of analytical support package

Findings from pilot of analytical support package for alcohol licensing, to support the role of public health teams in alcohol licensing.

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Findings from the pilot of the analytical support package for alcohol licensing

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Findings from the pilot of the ASP for alcohol licensing: Annex 1

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In 2016, with the support of the Home Office and Department of Health, Public Health England developed and piloted an analytical support package (ASP) to:

  • help public health teams in their existing role as a responsible authority as defined in the Licensing Act
  • explore the data and processes that would support a theoretical public health licensing objective

This report:

  • explores the experience of pilot areas using the ASP tool
  • presents findings from the project
  • presents how the pilot areas engaged with the ASP in attempting to improve public health’s engagement with alcohol licensing
Published 20 June 2017
Last updated 28 June 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added HTML version of report originally published as PDF.
  2. First published.