Alcohol & Entertainment Licences

Alcohol & Entertainment Licences

Businesses, organisations and individuals who want to sell or supply alcohol in England and Wales must have a licence or other authorisation from the licensing authority in which the premises or event is situated.

Covid-19: Licensing issues

If you have any queries regarding operating your business during the current lockdown, please contact the Licensing Team:

Regulations to enforce closure of premises

The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Business Closure) (England) Regulations 2020, providing coronavirus closure powers came into force immediately from 2pm on Saturday, 21 March 2020. You can find further guidance in The Health Protection Coronavirus Business Closure England Regulations 2020 (Opens in a new window)

Government phased re-opening

Governments phased plan to ease lockdown measures advising when certain businesses MAY be able to re-open. On-licensed premises information can be found in Stage 3 (Opens in a new window)

You can find more information about working safely during Covid-19 in restaurants pubs, takeaways and other food and drink retailers offering takeaway/delivery services, in the latest Government guidance document (Open in a new window)

 

Alcohol and Entertainment Licences

Premises Licence

Information on how to apply for or amend a Premises Licence.


Club Licence

Club Premises Licence

Information on how to apply for or amend a Club Premises Licence.


Personal Licence

Personal Licence

Information on how to apply for or amend a Personal Licence.


Licencing Act Notices

Licensing Act Application Notices

Information on Licensing Act Notices and how to make a representation.


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Public Register of Licensed Premises

List and details of all licensed premises and temporary event notices.


Temporary Event Notice Licences

Temporary Event Notice

Information on how to apply for a Temporary Event Notice.


Statement of Licensing Policy 2019-2024

The Licensing Act 2003 requires that licensing authorities review the statement of licensing policy every five years. 

The policy was adopted by full Council on 19th December 2018 and is effective from 7th January 2019.

View the 2019-2024 policy online  (.pdf) (388KB) (Opens in a New Window)


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