A premises licence authorises licensable activities to take place at a premises, defined as any place, including a vehicle, vessel or moveable structure, in accordance with the conditions and plan attached to that licence.
The premises licence document comes in two parts, as follows:
On each premises licence, except those classed as community premises, where an application for a special exemption has already been made and granted, there must be appointed a designated premises supervisor (DPS).
The DPS must be a personal licence holder, and is responsible for every sale of alcohol made under the licence, usually through an authorisation process.
Fees for premises licences are set by regulation, and are based on the non-domestic rateable value of the property. Should the premises not be rated, it will fall into the lowest fee band.
The application fees are set in bands and range from £100 to £1,905. There are additional fees for large events.
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