Latest government advice for restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services
Do you need to apply for a variation?
The purpose of this form is to collect information about the measures you have implemented on your premises during the pandemic.
If the information on this form does not reflect what is currently displayed on your licence you must apply for a minor (for the change of layout) or full variation (to increase/ add licensable activities).
Who needs a licence
If you are selling alcohol you will need certain licences.
Any premises where alcohol will be sold on a permanent basis need a premises licence.
These premises will also require a designated premises supervisor (DPS) who holds a personal licence.
Anyone who plans to sell, supply, or authorise the sale or supply of alcohol needs a personal licence.
Qualifying members’ clubs (such as the Royal British Legion, working men’s clubs and rugby clubs) need a club premises certificate.
Anyone who plans to sell or supply alcohol on a temporary basis must submit a temporary event notice.