Who needs a premises licence?
You will need a premises licence if your business provides any of the following:
- hot food or hot drinks between 11pm-5am
- live music
- recorded music
- performances of dance and/or plays
- filming of events
- indoor sporting events, including boxing or wrestling entertainment
Forms fees and guidance for your application.
- Current applications »
A list of the current premises licence applications.
- Objections »
Representations (objections) must be ‘relevant’ and relate to one or more of the licensing objectives.
- Transferring a premises licence »
An application must be made if you want to transfer a premises licence.
- Children & alcohol »
Guidance on the requirements relating to children and premises that are allowed to sell alcohol.
- List of exempt activities »
Some activities do not need a licence.
- Notice of Interest »
Where a person has an interest in a property that is subject to a premises licence they may give notice to the Licensing Authority of that interest.
- Provisional statements »
You can apply for a clear indication that a premises licence will be issued prior to making a premises application. This could be in circumstances where there will be a substantial financial commitment.
- Community Premises »
Community premises are allowed to apply to have the standard mandatory conditions removed from their premises licence.
- Village & Community Halls »
Community or village halls should be used by the community as a whole and not just a small section of the community.
- Minor Variations »
Small variations that will not impact adversely on the licensing objectives are subject to a simplified ‘minor variations’ process.
- DPS Consent »
Consent of individual to being specified as premises supervisor
Contact the Licensing Team
Telephone: 01304 872295