Appeal against a licence decision
You can appeal in the following situations:
- If your application is rejected – this is called Failed Application Redress
- If you disagree with the conditions of your licence, or a decision to change of revoke your licence – this is called Licence Holder Redress
How to appeal
You can appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal, which is an independent body. Your appeal must be made within 28 days of the decision being made, and you will generally need to pay a fee.
For further details on how to appeal to the First-Tier Tribunal visit the First-Tier Tribunal website (external link) or call their enquiry line on 0845 600 3178
Page Last Updated:
30 January 2018
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