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Personal Licence

A personal licence permits a specified person to supply alcohol or allow the supply of alcohol at a premises that has a valid premises licence.  Personal licences do not expire, and may be used anywhere in England and Wales. You may only hold one personal licence.

Do I need a personal licence?

You will need a personal licence:

How do I qualify for a personal licence?

You must:

How do I apply for a personal licence?

Complete and submit an application form and disclosure of convictions PDF (127 KB) and declaration form to the licensing authority (council) where you live, not necessarily the authority where you will be working. You will also need to include:

Two photographs, which need to be:

Either:

The fee (cash can only be accepted if applying in person -- do not send cash through the post).

The holder of the licence is required by the 2003 Act to notify the licensing authority of any changes of name or address.  The holder is  under a duty to notify any convictions for relevant offences to the licensing authority.  The holder must also notify the licensing authority of any conviction for a foreign offence.

These measures will ensure  a single record will be held of the holder's history by the relevant licensing authority.



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