Statistical briefings, with graphs, on premises licensing, club premises certificates, personal licences and late night refreshment licensing.
This release draws together statistics on the following licensing authority powers under the Licensing Act 2003:
- premises licences (which can be used for the sale or supply of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment or the provision of late night refreshment)
- club premises certificates (which enable non-profit making clubs sell alcohol primarily to its members)
- personal licences
- 24-hour alcohol licences
- late night refreshment licences
Headline figures from the 2011/12 statistics show that on 31 March 2012 in England and Wales, there were in force:
- 202,000 premises licences, the same as on 31 March 2010
- 15,900 club premises certificates, 6 per cent fewer than in 2010
- 502,400 personal licences, 16 per cent more than in 2010
No comparisons with 2011 are shown, as figures were not collected for 2010/11.
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