National Statistics

Alcohol and late night refreshment licensing England and Wales 31 March 2016

Includes statistics on premises licences, club premises certificates, personal licences, late night refreshment and 24-hour alcohol licences.

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Licence questionnaire response rates England and Wales 31 March 2016

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Statistical news release: Alcohol and late night refreshment licensing England and Wales 31 March 2016

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Pre-release access to alcohol and late night refreshment licensing England and Wales 31 March 2016

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Section 7.5 of the commentary, table 14 of the tables and table 11 of the supplementary tables have been updated after it was found that the initial publication on 29 September 2016 contained a significant over-reporting by one licensing authority in relation to the number of appeals against the licence review decision.

As a result, statisticians in the Chief Statistician’s Unit have now reviewed their data collection processes to help prevent similar situations from occurring in future publications.

Alcohol and late night refreshment licensing England and Wales 31 March 2016: data tables.

This release contains statistics on authorisations and licensing authority powers under the Licensing Act 2003. Specifically: premises licences, club premises certificates, personal licences, late night refreshment, 24-hour alcohol licences, temporary event notices, early morning alcohol restriction orders, late night levies, and late night refreshment exemptions. It also includes statistics on cumulative impact areas, reviews, hearings and appeals.

Further information on these statistics, see ‘User guide to alcohol and late night refreshment licensing statistics’.

If you would like to make an enquiry about these statistics, please email csu.statistics@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk.

The Home Office responsible statistician is David Blunt, Chief Statistician and Head of Profession for Statistics.

Published 29 September 2016
Last updated 17 November 2016 + show all updates
  1. Section 7.5 of the commentary, table 14 of the tables and table 11 of the supplementary tables have been updated after it was found that the initial publication on 29 September 2016 contained a significant over-reporting by one licensing authority in relation to the number of appeals against the licence review decision.
  2. First published.