Licensing policy statements

Having considered the views and the evidence put forward by members of the public and its partners, the Aberdeenshire Licensing Boards have approved their policy statement for the period 2018 to 2023.

View licensing policy statement 2018 - 2023 (pdf 1.5KB).

CCTV guidance from Police Scotland

View Police Scotland CCTV guidance (pdf 62.6KB).

Combined Scheme of Delegation

The Boards have combined their previous Schemes of Delegation into one combined document covering the three licensing Boards. The purpose of this document is to set out those matters that can only be dealt with by the Licensing Boards, the matters which can be considered by the Clerk following consultation with the Board Convenor, and the matters which can be dealt with by Officers. The combined Scheme of Delegation is effective from 28th June 2017.

Annual functions report

In terms of Section 9A of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005. Each licensing board must prepare and publish an annual functions report not later than 3 months after the end of each financial year. The report must include:

  • a statement explaining how the board has had regard to the licensing objectives and its licensing policy statement (including any supplementary licensing policy statements) in the exercise of their functions in terms of the act during the financial year
  • a summary of the decisions made by or on behalf of the board during that financial year as well as information about the number of licences held and issued under the act in the board's area

View the boards' combined annual functions statement (pdf 1.17MB).

Financial statements

In terms of Section 9B of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005, each Licensing Board must prepare and publish a statement of the amount of relevant income received by the board during the financial year and the mount of relevant expenditure incurred in respect of the board’s area during the year. View the board's financial statements

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