If you intend to sell alcohol or provide ‘licensable activities’ from a particular venue you may require a Premises Licence. Our applications team are able to manage the entire process of applying for your Premises licence, working with you and all relevant authorities to ensure a smooth application process.
Personal Licence Online Examinations dedicated premises licence team are able to complete your premises application for £760 inc VAT
Our applications team will manage the entire applications process, completing all relevant documentation to the local licensing authority and prepare all notices.
**Please note our fee does not include the cost of your newspaper advert (normally around £300) and the licensing authority application fee which varies depending upon your rateable value. Please contact us for an accurate quotation.
Frequently Asked Questions
An alcohol premises licence is a legal document that allows a business or individual to sell alcohol on their premises.
Anyone who wants to sell alcohol on their premises in England or Wales needs to apply for an alcohol premises licence.
To obtain an alcohol premises licence, the applicant must meet the licensing objectives, demonstrate that the premises is suitable for the sale of alcohol, provide a plan of the premises, and pay the relevant fee.
An application for an alcohol premises licence can be made to the licensing authority in the area where the premises is located. The application must be accompanied by the relevant fee and supporting documentation.
The licensing authority will consider factors such as the licensing objectives, the suitability of the premises, the potential impact on the local area, and any representations made by interested parties.