Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing
A premises licence authorises the use of the premises for one or more licensable activities, which are:
- Sale, by retail of alcohol
- Provision of regulated entertainment
- Provision of late night refreshment
Before preparing any premises licence application, you should read our Statement of Licensing Policy, and follow the statutory guidance (issued by the Home Office under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003), when describing the steps you propose to take to promote the licensing objectives, which are:
- The prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- The prevention of public nuisance
- The protection of children from harm
Application to transfer a premises licence
Consent of premises licence holder to transfer
Application to vary the designated premises supervisor
Consent of individual to be designated premises supervisor
We issue personal licences which allow individuals to authorise sales of alcohol at a premises - providing it has a valid premises licence – including pubs, off licences, restaurants and hotels.
Personal licence holders can also be named on a premises licence as the Designated Premises Supervisor.
How to apply
You must apply to the licensing authority for the area where you live, not the licensing authority in which you work.
The fee for this licence is £37.
Before submitting your application, we suggest you read our guidance notes - these explain the requirements you must comply with.
Application for a Personal Licence
Disclosure of convictions and civil immigration penalties and declaration
All applications can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting our customer service centre on 01437 764551
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