New premises licence
A premises licence is required to authorise the use of a premises for licensable activities. This includes the retail sale of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment and the provision of hot food or hot drink between 11pm and 5am.
Please read our new premises licence guidance before applying. It contains important information on the application process including advertising requirements, plans and what happens if representations are made.
If you are a 'community premises' such as a church hall, village hall or similar and wish to 'dis-apply' the need for a designated premises supervisor please see our premises licence - alternative mandatory condition for community premises page.
For more information on what is licensable please see the information on the Gov.uk website.
The Non-Domestic Rateable Value of a premises can be checked using the Valuation Office Agency website: Valuation Office Agency Business Rates
Please be aware that you will also need to complete the consent of an individual to being specified as Premises Supervisor form and submit it with your application. If applying online you can email this additional form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the application is submitted online we will forward it to all Responsible Authorities.
Apply online: New premises licence online application
Apply by post
If you submit the forms hard copy you will have to post copies to all Responsible Authorities.
Download: New premises licence application form