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Alcohol Designation Areas

Champagne GlassLegislation provides local authorities with an adoptive power to restrict anti-social public drinking in designated public places. The legislation also provides the Police with the power to enforce the restriction.

It is not an offence to drink alcohol in a designated area, but failure to comply with a police officer’s request in respect of public drinking or surrender of alcohol, without reasonable excuse, is an arrestable offence.

Alcohol Designation Areas

An Order to control anti-social behaviour and nuisance caused by public drinking has been made by the Council following public consultation.

Three areas within the Borough are controlled under the order; Brentwood Town Centre, Shenfield, and Doddinghurst. The maps below show the areas under the order outlined in red.

Notice of Order

Extended Alcohol Designation Areas

Following a request from Essex Police for the enlargement of the area covered by the current alcohol designation order, the Council has agreed to the extension of the designation area.

The enlarged area that is covered by a designation can be downloaded from here:

The area designated under the new order includes the Brentwood Town Centre and Shenfield areas already covered in the existing designation, plus parts of Pilgrims Hatch, Hutton and Warley.

Further information about alcohol designations and how they work is available from the Council's Licensing Section.  Please call 01277 312523 or email licensing@brentwood.gov.uk.

Report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity

To report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity, please follow the link below:

Underage Sales and Unlicensed Activity

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Alcohol Designation Areas

Legislation provides local authorities with an adoptive power to restrict anti-social public drinking in designated public places. The legislation also provides the Police with the power to enforce the restriction.

It is not an offence to drink alcohol in a designated area, but failure to comply with a police officer’s request in respect of public drinking or surrender of alcohol, without reasonable excuse, is an arrestable offence.

Alcohol Designation Areas

An Order to control anti-social behaviour and nuisance caused by public drinking has been made by the Council following public consultation.

Three areas within the Borough are controlled under the order; Brentwood Town Centre, Shenfield, and Doddinghurst. The maps below show the areas under the order outlined in red.

Notice of Order

Extended Alcohol Designation Areas

Following a request from Essex Police for the enlargement of the area covered by the current alcohol designation order, the Council has agreed to the extension of the designation area.

The enlarged area that is covered by a designation can be downloaded from here:

The area designated under the new order includes the Brentwood Town Centre and Shenfield areas already covered in the existing designation, plus parts of Pilgrims Hatch, Hutton and Warley.

Further information about alcohol designations and how they work is available from the Council's Licensing Section.  Please call 01277 312523 or email licensing@brentwood.gov.uk.

Report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity

To report an incident of underage sales or unlicensed activity, please follow the link below:

Underage Sales and Unlicensed Activity