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.
All applications should be made either using the on-line links below or applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to make a telephone payment.
Please email any queries to email@example.com
Our telephone number is 01453 754440. If we are not available you can leave a message on the voicemail and we will call you back
Activities that need authorisation under the Licensing Act 2003
Premises Licence (alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment)
A premises licence is required by any premise that undertakes any of the following licensable activities.
Club Premises Certificate
A club premises certificate can be applied for by a qualifying club to permit the following licensable activities.
A personal licence allows the holder to authorise sales of alcohol on licensed premises.
- Temporary Event Notices
Online Alcohol Sales
Information about how to get authorisation for making on-line sales of alcohol
- Licensing Act 2003 - Fees
Review of a Premises Licence/Club Premises Certificate
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
Details of current applications to which members of the public can formally object to.
- Covid Regulation Guidance for Licensed Premises
Hearings are held when there are objections or representations about a licence application or there is a review of a licence.