The following applications relating to licensing can be found on this page:
- applications for new premises licences
- changes ('variations') to existing premises licences
- requests for reviews of premises licences
- applications for marriage and civil partnership licences for premises
Each notice (PDF) has information about how to make a comment on the application. Comments on an application are known as 'representations', and can either be in support of, or against, the application.
Premises licence applications
Businesses which apply for a new premises licence, or a significant change to a premises licence they already have, must go through a public consultation before we grant their request.
Current premises licence applications
Off the Ground - application for a premises licence
63 Grange Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 5AS
Read the notice and full application for a premises licence for Off the Ground (PDF)
Last date for comments: 30 September 2020
Premises licence reviews
An application can be made to review a premises licence if the premises is believed not to be complying with licensing objectives. These are:
- the prevention of crime and disorder
- public safety
- the prevention of public nuisance
- the protection of children from harm
More information about the licensing objectives is available in the council's licensing policy.
Current premises licence review applications
There are no current premises licence review applications.
Marriage and civil partnership licence
A business must be licensed by us before marriages and civil partnerships can be carried out there. Before we grant the licence, there must be a public consultation.
Current marriage licence applications
There are no current marriage premises licence applications.