Alcohol, food and entertainment licences
Under the Licensing Act 2003, you can apply for licences allowing you to sell or supply alcohol, provide entertainment and late night refreshment.
You need a TEN to hold an occasional event on licensed or unlicensed premises providing licensable activities like selling alcohol.
A premises licence allows you to sell or supply alcohol, provide late night refreshment and entertainment.
A club premises certificate allows you to supply alcohol and regulated entertainment in a qualifying club.
Current applications and reviews
See all current licence applications and find out which licences are under review.
Comment on a licenced premises
Anyone can comment on licensing decisions, either in support or against. Find out how to comment on a new or existing licence.
Find out what a licensee must do for their application to be considered and what we do to enforce conditions.
How to organise a community event
Find out who you need to tell, and whether you need any licences, to organise your community event.
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