A licence can be varied for a number of reasons as per below, if the variation is going to have an effect on the Licensing objectives then you must apply for a full variation.
Gov.uk guidance - alcohol licensing will provide you a summary of the regulations.
Please pay the correct fee with your application. This depends on the non-domestic rateable value of your business. Find and check your business rates valuation online at GOV.UK
Application fees for a premises licences are a one-off payment. If you are applying for a large venue licence with a capacity of over £5000 people please contact email@example.com before applying.
|Rateable Value||Band||Application Fee|
|No rateable value to £4,300||A||£100|
|£4,301 to £33,000||B||£190|
|£33,001 to £87,000||C||£315|
|£87,001 to £125,000||D||£450|
|£125,001 and above||E||£635|
Before submitting your application please ensure you have the relevant documents and they are ready to be uploaded during the next stage:
1. A Plan of the Premises (only applicable if the structure and layout is changing as part of the variation)
Your plans do not need to be professionally drawn. However please submit in the following format:
The plan must show:
You may wish to refer to thefor this application.
Alternatively you can download a paper application form to. If you are submitting a paper application, please send a copy of it and your plan to all
As part of the application process you must advertise in two ways:
On the day after an application is received, a 28 day consultation period begins allowing comments or 'representations' to be made about the application by the responsible authorities and any local residents or 'interested parties'. During this time, the responsible authorities will work with you to ensure your proposals are in line with the four licensing objectives.
If no comments are received during this period, the application will be deemed granted after the last date for representations and your licence will be issued and sent to you.
If relevant representations are received within the 28 day consultation period, we will attempt to mediate between the parties to try and find a suitable solution. If the mediation is unsuccessful then a public hearing must be held to determine your application. You will be notified advising you when the hearing will be, who has made a representation and what the concerns are.
The public hearing will be held within 20 working days after the last date for representation. The hearing date may be extended if we consider it is in the public interest to do so.
When you make an application, the details of the application will be published on our website and the information on any licence granted will be included in a public register.