- licences and managers' certificates
- renewal of licences and managers' certificates
- temporary authoritity orders
- special licences
Under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012, anyone who wants to sell or supply alcohol must have a current alcohol licence.
Applications for licences and certificates are processed by the Licensing Team at Council. We aim to deliver an effective service by raising awareness of the statutory requirements and helping you to navigate through the process.
Find out which alcohol licence you need, how to apply for a new licence, renew an existing one, or get a temporary authority for existing licensed premises. New licence...
For updates and changes related to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012, read our latest newsletter: Newsletter for Licensees May 2017 Newsletter for Licensees October 2016
Find out how to apply for or renew a manager's certificate and access information on training providers.At all times alcohol is being sold to the public in or from licensed...
Any person who has a 'greater interest' in the application for an alcohol licence than the public generally may object to the grant or renewal of that licence. The Sale &...
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 was passed as law in December 2012. It replaces the Sale of Liquor Act 1989 from 18 December 2013. The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012...
Find out which alcohol licence you need, how to apply for a new licence, renew an existing one, or get a temporary authority for existing licensed premises.
The District Licensing Committee (DLC) determines applications for new renewals and renewed alcohol licences, special icences, temporary authority orders, managers' certificates...