TENs are issued in order to facilitate the sale of alcohol, regulated entertainment or late night refreshments for occasional events.
Page updated 17 August 2020
Coronavirus advice for Temporary Event Notices
Please read the guidance for making an application for a Temporary Event Notices (TENs) during COVID-19 restrictions.
How to apply
To make a TEN application select New Application from the drop down list below.
The application for a standard TEN must be made at least ten working days before the event (not including weekends or bank holidays). The application for a late TEN must be served no later than 5 working days before the event but no earlier than 9 working days before the event (not including weekends or bank holidays).
'working days' means working days not including the day of the event nor the day the notice is served on the Authority.
- In respect of applications made online
Applications made online the Authority will consult with the Chief Officer of Police and the Local Authority exercising environmental health functions.
- In respect of applications made by post or in person
Applications made in person or by post please complete the necessary forms, see below, and submit at least one copy of the application to the Licensing Authority and one copy must be sent to each of the Chief Officer of Police and the Local Authority exercising environmental health functions.
Please be aware the copies sent to the Licensing Authority and the exercising Environmental Health may be placed in the same envelope.
Apply by post, in person or email
The postal address for the Chief Officer of Police and the Local Authority exercising environmental health functions, who deal with TENs in North Norfolk is:
Norfolk Constabulary Licensing Team, Bethel Street Police Station, 3rd Floor, Bethel Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1NN. Email: email@example.com, Tel: 01603 276024, Fax: 01603 276025
Environmental Health, North Norfolk District Council, Council Offices, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9EN