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Temporary event notice

Temporary event notices must include a risk assessment identifying the control measures you have in place to comply with current government guidelines about COVID-19. Applications without a risk assessment will be returned.

To hold a one-off event, you need to supply a temporary event notice to us at least ten working days before the planned event. We will then consult with the police and Environmental Health.

The notice should tell us:

  • if alcohol will be supplied
  • details of any licensable activities
  • the event period (no more than seven days, with at least 24 hours between events)
  • times when activities will take place
  • the number of people proposed to be allowed on the premises (maximum 499 at any one time)

If the police or Environmental Health has any objections, they may serve an objection notice which will result in a hearing.

It is a criminal offence to carry out unlicensed activities and, if convicted, you could be given a £20,000 fine.

Apply for a temporary event notice (PDF)

You need to email licensing@enfield.gov.uk with your completed application and pay the fee online.

If your application is unsuccessful, you may appeal to a magistrates' court within 21 days of the decision.

For more information see:

  • our fees page for the relevant fee
  • our online Licence Register where all applications and licences are recorded
  • GOV.UK for the rules about temporary event notices