PC Deano Walker, of the Birmingham Central Licensing Team, said there were 'discrepancies' in the Temporary Event Notice
(TEN) submitted to the authority, whilst also stating a fire risk assessment had not been provided in time.
The police now make a formal objection to the granting of the above temporary event notice
on the basis of the prevention of crime and disorder and that of public safety at the premises".
There is a salsa night once a month and they want to sometimes carry on after midnight, but to do that they need to get a temporary event notice
, but we are only allowed so many a year," he said.
She added: "The event last Friday was licensed under a Temporary Event Notice
and described as a 'corporate team building event with a disco.
At present, a temporary event notice
needed by primary schools to sell booze is usually granted by councils.
Not only that, but the easier process of getting a Temporary Event Notice
has allowed us to be more responsive to pub customers wanting to watch football matches or boxing with friends.
After receiving complaints that pubs in Wales should be able to stay open as well, regulations have been laid to allow premises in Wales to apply for a temporary event notice
Dr Gaurav Sharma, who runs Rix's Bombay Cafe Bar, in Priory Place, city centre, submitted an application for a temporary event notice
entertainment and to sell alcohol and late night refreshments from midnight until 4am.
All we'd need to do, because it would be on a temporary basis, would be to submit a temporary event notice
to the council.
The G-Bar, in Eberle Street, wants a temporary event notice
for a "street gathering" on September 6.
A spokeswoman for Birmingham City Council said: "The space in question under the railway arches is not a permanently licensed venue like a pub; it is licensed under a temporary event notice
, on an event-by-event basis.
No action was taken on this month's celebrations but the event must now get a Temporary Event Notice
, which costs pounds 21.