The Alcohol Licensing (Coronavirus) (Regulatory Easements) (Amendment) Regulations 2022

Jurisdiction: England & Wales

Commencement: 29th September 2022

Amends:  Business and Planning Act 2020 (2020 c.16)

Mini Summary

The Business and Planning Act 2020 (2020 c.16) makes temporary and permanent changes to licencing and planning regimes to support economic recovery and growth following the disruption caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Various duties apply.


The expiry date for premises licences, which allow organisations to sell alcohol for consumption off the premises, is extended to 30th September 2023 in England and Wales only.

This amendment has no direct relevance to environmental or occupational health and safety matters.


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