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Licensing Fees 20th January 2020 Rushcliffe Borough Council, Rushcliffe Arena, Rugby Road, West Bridgford NG2 7YG East Midlands
Members Fee: £160.00 + VAT
Non-Members Fee: £210.00 + VAT




Leo Charalambides and Ben Williams of Kings Chambers will be delivering this one day course on Licensing Fees at Rushcliffe Borough Council.
There exists a significant amount of confusion as to how taxi licence fees are to be lawfully calculated. A large question mark currently exists over whether enforcement fees are to be included at all following the High Court judgment in Rehman v Wakefield Council. As that matter proceeds to the Court of Appeal we ask the question as to what may be lawfully included in the calculations of fees, on which licence such fees are to be incorporated into and what the rules are generally about setting fees. We will also look to some general principles around other licensing regimes and the associated fees.
Full agenda to follow.
IoL Members: £160 + VAT
Non Members: £210 + VAT
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Leo Charalambides
Leo is "Known for his expertise in advising local authorities on all licensing issues, and for niche specialisations in the spheres of garage forecourt and sexual entertainment venue licensing”. He is described by clients as "Earnest, knowledgeable and has seen a lot. He does a great job." (Chambers and Partners 2013) and "very personable, very likeable and very clever" (Chambers and Partners 2014). The Legal 500 (2013) notes that he is “one to watch” and is described as “bright and tenacious” (2014).
Leo is noted for his extensive expertise and experience of Licensing. He advises and represents a wide range of operators, local authorities and local residents across all aspects of licensing including the Licensing Act 2003, Gambling Act 2005; Taxi & Private Hire Vehicles; Sex Establishments; Pedlars & Street Trading, Special Treatment Licensing and busking. In 2012 Leo’s contribution to licensing law and practice was recognised by the IoL who made him a Fellow of the Institute.
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