Here you will find information about the various types of application that the Licensing Department process under the Licensing Act 2003
A Premises Licence is granted for a business supplying alcohol or entertainment or late night food (on or off the premises
Information on the requirements for volunteer and social clubs being authorised to supply alcohol to its members and guests
All sales of alcohol must be made by, or under the authority of, a Personal Licence Holder
Information of Temporary Event Notices (TEN), which can be used to authorise relatively small-scale, ad hoc events
Applications under the Licensing Act must show how they will promote the Licensing Objectives
Late Night Refreshment involves the supply of ‘hot food and hot drink’ between 11:00pm and 05:00am
Information relating to applications for a review of a licence issued under the Licensing Act 2003
If the application for a Premises Licence includes consent to supply or sell alcohol, a Designated Premises Supervisor must be appointed
In addition to displaying a notice at the premises a notice must also be published in a local newspaper
The mandatory conditions apply to every licence and certificate issued by the Licensing Department
Responsible Authorities are public bodies that are entitled to make representations to the Licensing Department in relation to your application.
The Licensing Department has specialist Enforcement Officers whose job it is to enforce the licences issued by the council
The Council carries out its functions under the Licensing Act 2003 with a view to promoting the Licensing Objectives.
Churches, community centres and village halls are exempt from having to pay any fees