For new, provisional statements or full variation applications, you must display notice.
For anything other than a new licence, please use the relevant form below:
|Apply for a provisional statement|
|Apply for a variation of an existing licence|
|Apply for a minor variation of an existing licence|
|Apply to vary named Designated Premises Supervisor|
|Consent form for person to be Designated Premises Supervisor|
|Apply to be removed as Designated Premises Supervisor|
|Apply to transfer a licence to a new licensee|
|Consent form for licence holder to transfer licence|
|Apply for interim authority notice|
|Apply for notification of an interest in a licensed premise|
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a postal application form. The council has established a cheque payment surcharge for all Type 3 and some Type 2 licensing regime fees. View the fees list for more detail.
To request a change of address please email email@example.com
For new, provisional statements or full variation applications a notice must be displayed on the premises for 28 days starting from the application date. A notice with the same information must also be displayed in a local newspaper within 10 days from the application date.
A notice is also required for a minor variation application for 10 working days from the day after the application is made. No newspaper public notice is required for minor variations.
|Public notice templates|
|New premises licence|
|Full variation of a premises licence|
|Minor variation of a premises licence|
Tacit consent applies. This means you can act as though your application is granted if you haven't heard from the council within 40 days for new, provisional and full variation applications, or within 30 days for all other application types.
Tacit consent does not apply for minor variation applications.
The chief police officer for the area where the premises are can apply to the Licensing Authority for a licence review if:
A hearing will be held and the licence holder and other interested parties may make representations.
A chief police officer can notify the Licensing Authority if they think a variation application to transfer a licence to another could undermine crime prevention objectives. Notice must be given within 14 days of receiving notification of the application.
An interested party or responsible body may make representations in relation to a licence application or request the licensing body review a licence.
An interested party or responsible authority may apply to the Licensing Authority to review the premises licence. A hearing will be held by the Licensing Authority.
A chief police officer may make representations to the Licensing Authority for a review of the licence if: