Tag: Licensing Public Protection Committee

Fundraising agreement comes into effect in Brum

By on 02/05/2017 in News with 0 Comments

Birmingham City Council and the Institute of Fundraising (IoF) have agreed to launch a street fundraising agreement for the city, which comes into effect from today (2 May 2017). The agreement was initially piloted through a three-month trial, but has now been extended on a rolling one year basis, as agreed by the Licensing and […]

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Licences revoked as ‘unsafe’ fake vodka is seized

By on 19/09/2014 in News with 0 Comments

Two Birmingham shops found to be selling potentially harmful fake vodka had their licences to sell alcohol on their premises revoked by the city council’s Licensing and Public Protection Sub-Committee earlier this week (15 September). More than 80 bottles of counterfeit or illicit vodka and whisky, representing more than £1,000 of stock, and even more […]

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Licensing scheme will benefit chauffeur companies

By on 15/09/2014 in News with 0 Comments

Councillors are being asked to approve plans to introduce a simplified licensing process for chauffeurs in Birmingham following a successful pilot scheme in the city. If given the go-ahead, the scheme would enable chauffeurs and executive transport drivers to operate in the city without having to apply for a private hire driver's licence, which would […]

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