Pay your annual Licensing Act fee
Your annual Licensing Act fee is for your premises licence or club premises certificate and is payable on the anniversary of the date it was granted.
You can see how the fee is calculated by viewing the table at the bottom of this page, along with details on how to dispute it, if you are unhappy.
We will write to you to remind you when the annual fee is due. It is essential that you pay the annual fee by this date. We send only one reminder.
If you fail to pay
If you fail to pay by the renewal date we will suspend your premises licence, subject to certain exceptions. This means you will no longer be able to lawfully carry out licensable activities at the premises until you pay the fee and the suspension is lifted.
To lift the suspension on your licence you should respond to the letter sent to you and pay using one of the methods below, and quote 'Licensing Act - Annual Fee following suspension'.
How to pay
Before making a payment please ensure that you have your premises licence or club premises certificate number to hand as you need this to complete your payment - it begins with 'LA' and has six numbers.
You can pay online by debit or credit card using the link below. You'll need your six-digit premises licence or club premises certificate number and the fee amount.
By BACS payment
If you are paying by BACS our sort code is 20-51-01 and our bank account number is 50294217. The account name is LCC Income Account. Please quote 'Licensing Act - Annual Fees (all premises types)', your six-digit premises licence number with your payment, along with our cost code 'WLCLB 94199', and email your remittance to RBS.CashOffice@liverpool.gov.uk.
How an annual fee is calculated
Your annual fee is based on the rateable value of the property. The multiplier in the fourth column ONLY applies to premises used exclusively or primarily for the sale of alcohol.
|No rateable value to £4,300
|£4,301 to £33,000
£33,001 to £87,000
|£87,001 to £125,000
£125,001 and above
How to dispute a fee
If you wish to dispute your liability for, or the amount of the fee please email email@example.com giving the full details of your reasons as soon as possible, and no later than the date your annual fee is due.