At Curzon Green Solicitors, we are able to offer you the advice and assistance you need for a full range of alcohol licensing legal services, including representation at license review hearings
Do I need a license to sell alcohol?
There are a variety of licenses available, and if intending to sell alcohol, include a free drink in an admission ticket or give away alcohol for a donation, you will need one of these.
Which license will I need?
If you plan to sell or supply alcohol on a permanent basis as a business or other organisation, you will need to apply for a premises license.
If you plan to sell or supply alcohol or authorise the sale or supply of alcohol, you must apply for a personal license.
If you belong to a qualifying members’ club, including working men’s clubs, rugby clubs etc., you will need to apply for a club premises certificate.
If you plan to sell or supply alcohol temporarily, for example for a one off event, you must submit a temporary event notice.
How can I apply?
From 2005, licensing has been in the control of local authorities. Amongst other services, we are able to assist with:
New Premises License applications
Applying for temporary events notices
Extending and amending existing Premises Licenses including variation applications, or changes to the designated premises supervisor
License reviews, prosecutions, appeals and closure orders
Assisting with objectors
Ensuring you are up to date with the latest legislation