Premises Licence Application

A premises licence is granted in respect to a building or defined open space. It allows one or more ‘licensable activities’ to be conducted on the premises.

As a licensing consultancy company, we specialise in securing new premises licence applications and amending or extending licensed hours on existing premises. A new premises licence needs to satisfy not only the Licensing Act 2003 and the licensing objectives, but also all of the responsible authorities within a given council area.


If you would like more information or advice concerning your premises licence application, or the assistance of our licensing consultants, simply contact our licensing team on 01242 222 188 Alternatively, complete an enquiry form below and a member of the team will get back to you:

Premises Licence Enquiry



Premises Licence Application Details:

Personal Licence Training Ltd specialise in providing a full premises licence application on your behalf. Through this service, our licensing consultants administer the entire application and present it to all responsible authorities, outlining the measures taken towards upholding the licensing objectives compliant under the Licensing Act 2003. Working on behalf of the applicant, Personal Licence Training (UK) Ltd administers every step of the premises licence application:

Operating schedule: A premises licence applicant is oblige to complete and submit an operating schedule to their licensing authority. An operating schedule lists opening hours and style of business, and details the licensable activities intended to be conducted on the premises. The operating schedule must also describe what policies will be put in place on the premises in order to promote the four licensing objectives: prevention of crime and disorder, public safety, prevention of public nuisance, and protection of children from harm.

Scale plan: A 1:100cm scale drawing of the premises, indicating areas where alcohol is to be sold, as well as fire exits, fire fighting equipment, fire codes and CCTV equipment.

Response to objections: Liaison with local authorities in order to resolve issues raised concerning the application, including objections filed by local residents.

Licensed trade insurance, risk assessments and CCTV systems: The Police will normally insist on the installation of Close Circuit Television to all new licensed premises. Additionally, we provide access to risk assessment and licensed trade insurance services.

Licence hearings and appeals: In the event of a licence hearing, our licensing consultants can prepare your case and provide guidance and advice.

A premises licence is mandatory under the Licensing Act 2003 for a premises hosting any of the following licensable activities:

  • The sale by retail of alcohol
  • The supply of alcohol by or on behalf of a club to, or to the order of, a member of a club
  • The provision of regulated entertainment
  • The provision of late-night refreshment