Community centres and church halls - Community centres and church halls

Although church buildings, community centres and village halls still require a Premises Licence relating to regulated entertainment they are exempt from having to pay any fees. The exemption to this is if the church buildings, community centres or village halls want to apply for a Premises Licence to sell/provide alcohol, a fee will then be payable.

Community premises’ committees need to look at the events and facilities that they offer so they can decide what type of licence to apply for. The options include: -

 

Premises Licence Application 

You will need to apply for a Premises Licence if you plan to hold more than 15 events a year.

 

 


Last Updated on Thursday, July 20, 2017

Although church buildings, community centres and village halls still require a Premises Licence relating to regulated entertainment they are exempt from having to pay any fees. The exemption to this is if the church buildings, community centres or village halls want to apply for a Premises Licence to sell/provide alcohol, a fee will then be payable.

Community premises’ committees need to look at the events and facilities that they offer so they can decide what type of licence to apply for. The options include: -

 

Premises Licence Application 

You will need to apply for a Premises Licence if you plan to hold more than 15 events a year.


Last Updated on Thursday, July 20, 2017