Alcohol & Regulated Entertainment Licensing (Licensing Act 2003)
The Licensing Act 2003 makes provision for the licensing of sale and supply of alcohol, regulated entertainment and late night refreshment.
Activities that need authorisation under the Licensing Act 2003
Information on making applications relating to a premises licence
Club Premises Certificate
Information on making applications relating to a club premises certificate
Information on making applications relating to a club premises certificate. A personal licence allows the holder to authorise sales of alcohol on licensed premises.
Temporary Event Notices
Information on submitting temporary event notices. Temporary event notices (TENs) are short term permissions for occasional events or extensions.
Online Alcohol Sales
Information about how to get authorisation for making on-line sales of alcohol
Licensing Act 2003 - Fees
List of all fees under the Licensing Act 2003
Review of a Premises Licence/Club Premises Certificate
Information on reviews. A premises which holds a premises licence or club premises certificate may be reviewed where it is having a negative impact on the licensing objectives.
Making a representation about an application or review
Information on how to make representations against or in support of new and major variation applications, or a review
Information on hearings. Hearings are held when there are representations about a licence application or there is a review of a licence.