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Liquor Licensing in Scotland, 1997-2001

DescriptionInformation, by council area, on the number and types of liquor licences in force in Scotland.
ISBN0 7559 2223 9
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateMay 21, 2002

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Statistical Bulletin CrJ/2002/2 Liquor Licensing in Scotland, 1997-2001

A Scottish Executive National Statistics Publication

published May 2002

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CONTENTS

1. Introduction

2. Key Points

3. Liquor Licences

4. Regular Extensions

5. New applications for liquor licences

6. Registered Clubs

7. Appendix of Tables

Table 1 Liquor licences in force in Scotland - number and percentage by type of premises, at 31 December, 1980 and 1997-2001
Table 2 Liquor licences in force in Scotland by licence type - number per 10,000 population aged 18 and over at 31 December, 1980 and 1997-2001
Table 3 Liquor licences in force by type of premises and number per 10,000 population aged 18 and over, at 31 December 2001, by council area
Table 4 Liquor licences in force in Scotland at 31 December, by council area and per 10,000 population aged 18 and over, 1997-2001
Table 5 Number of licensed premises with one or more regular extensions at 31 December 2001, by council area and type of premises
Table 6 Number and percentage granted of new applications for liquor licences, and number of applications withdrawn before reaching the board in 2001, by council area and type of licence
Table 7 Combinations of reasons for refusal of applications for liquor licences by type of licence, Scotland, 2001
Table 8 Number of registered clubs in Scotland at 31 December 2001, by sheriff court
Table 9 Registered clubs at 31 December 2001 - number, rate per 10,000 population aged 18 and over, percentage with regular extensions and percentage of all on-sale licences, by approximate council area

8. Annex: Notes on Statistics used in this Bulletin

Scottish Executive Statistical Services