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From 6th April 2015 changes in the law mean that you may not need to get a licence to hold certain small scale and neighbourhood events. Find out more.
The Licensing Act introduced a single licence scheme for licensing premises which supply alcohol, provide regulated entertainment and late night refreshment.
Applications, fees and guidance on personal licences, renewal applications and lost or stolen licences.
Applications, fees, guidance on premises licences, variations and provisional statements.
Premises transfer, DPS variations/removals, Interim Authority Notice, Notification of Interest, door staff books.
Search the register for personal licences, premises licences and club premises certificates.
How to pay an annual fee for your premises licence or club premises certificate.
If you are holding an event you may need a temporary licence, however some smaller scale events don't require one.