Form

Alcohol licensing: personal application renewal form

Form for renewing a personal licence authorising the sale of alcohol on behalf of any business that has a premises licence or a club premises certificate.

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From 1 April 2015 it is no longer necessary to renew a personal licence. Section 115 of the Licensing Act 2003 has been amended by section 69 of the Deregulation Act 2015, removing the requirement to renew personal licences.

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Alcohol licensing: personal application renewal form

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Details

Personal licences allow you to sell alcohol on behalf of any business that has a premises licence or a club premises certificate. The relationship is similar to the way that a driving licence permits the driving of any car.

You are not required to have a personal licence to be employed in a pub or other business that sells alcohol. Premises licensed to sell alcohol must have a designated premises supervisor, who holds a personal licence.

Published 25 April 2012