All applications for a premises licence or club premises certificate must include a plan of the premises.
You must draw the plan of the premises in the standard scale 1:100 and you must show the following features:
- The extent of the boundary of the building, if relevant and any external walls of the building and, if different, the perimeter of the premises
- The location of points of access to and egress from the premises
- The location of escape routes from the premises
- The area within the premises to be used for each licensable activity
- Fixed structures (including furniture) or similar objects temporarily in a fixed location which may impact on the ability of individuals on the premises to use exits or escape routes without impediment
- The location and height of any stage or raised area relative to the floor
- The location of any steps, stairs, elevators or lifts
- The location of any room or rooms containing public conveniences
- The location and type of any fire safety and other safety equipment (including emergency lighting)
- The location of a kitchen, if any, on the premises
You can use a legend to explain the symbols used on the plan.
Colour coding of plans
We ask that you colour code your plan as follows:
- Edge in black: building boundaries, building perimeter (if different)
- Edge in green: entrances, exits and escape routes
- Edge in red: fire safety and other safety equipment
- Edge in blue: supply of alcohol areas
- Edge in orange: regulated entertainment areas
- Edge in purple: late night refreshment areas
- Edge in brown: fixed structures including furniture
Rejecting your application
If you do not draw your plan to 1:100 or it does not show the features described above, we may reject your application.