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    Festival and Events Licensing

    Specialists in Events Licencing Law

    Harrison Drury’s dedicated licensing team has experience of advising individuals, businesses and performers to plan and host major multi-day UK concerts, festivals and events.

    Our events licencing solicitors have experience advising clients in respect of outdoor events, festivals, concerts for ‘A-list’ artists and a range of other events.

    We can support clients through a range of issues including health and safety,  noise control, fire prevention traffic management and police services agreements.

    We offer a complete service which includes:

    • Attendance at pre-planning groups,
    • Preparing necessary paperwork,
    • Negotiation of objections and representation at any hearing that is required.

    Our work includes agreements for the use of land or buildings to host concerts, festivals, corporate entertaining, and private parties.

    Harrison Drury’s Events Licencing Team has extensive experience of:

    • Obtaining new Premises Licences
    • Major PL variations
    • Minor PL variations
    • Defending Premises Licence Reviews
    • Dealing with all other PL contentious work

    Our recent Festival and Events Licensing experience includes:

    Lytham Festival

    Kew the Music

    Kew the MusicConcert

    Greenwich Music Time Concert

    Greenwich Music Time

    Junction 16 Festical – Betley Court Farm

    Junction13Festival

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