About the register
The register is sorted in alphabetical order by name of premises.
Where the premises have no name, it is listed by its postal address.
Layout of the register
- Column 1 - REFVAL (internal code)
- Column 2 - Licence number of that application
- Column 3 - Name of the premises
- Column 4 - Address of the premises
- Column 5 - Type of application
- Column 6 - Date the application was granted. If this section is blank then it is possible the application is pending.
- Column 7 - Decision Date
Please find the register in the Downloads section.
Premises Licence Application
Application made for a licence for premises to be able to undertake licensable activities. This may be for regulated entertainment, late night refreshment, to sell alcohol on and off the premises or a combination of these.
Premises Licence Conversion
Application to retain standard hours previously authorised under the Justices Licence issued under the Licensing Act 1964.
Club Certificate Conversion
Application to retain standard hours previously authorised under the Club Registration issued under the Licensing Act 1964.
Variation of premises Licence
Application to vary/amend any part of the licence.
Variation of Club Premises Certificate
Application to vary/amend any part of the club premises certificate.
Variation of Premises DPS
An application has been made to change the nominated Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS). The DPS is the person named on the licence who has to hold a Personal Licence to sell alcohol and is the point of contact for the responsible authorities.
Transfer of Premises Licence
An application has been made to transfer a premises licence to a different holder.
Duty to notify change Name/Address
Notification that the name or address of the premises licence holder has changed.
Interim Authority Notice
An application which allows the premises to continue operating in the event of the licence lapsing. Must be given within 7 days of the licence lapsing.
Notification of Interest in Premises
Notice given that someone has a legal interest in the premises and has to be advised of any changes to the licence.
Application made for the licence or certificate to be brought before the Licensing Sub-Committee for review. Interested parties or responsible authorities can apply for reviews.