A premise licence is a permanent licence for a specific location. It allows the holder to carry out certain activities that need a licence
You need a licence or permission from Fenland District Council if you are:
Someone (usually the manager) also needs a Personal Licence. They will be the Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS).
Clubs have a slightly simpler arrangement - however, there is a limit on who can use the facilities.
With enough notice, a Temporary Event Notice (TEN) may be used for a 'one-off' event. An example of this is a paid bar in a village hall.
You can apply online for a premises licence or . If you're submitting a paper application, please send a copy of it and your plan to all .
Please follow our application guidance. It tells you the information to give in your application and site plans.
Due to recent changes to the application process made by central government, applicants must now provide evidence of their right to work in the UK. As well as giving extra details on the application form(s), applicants must provide extra documentation with their application. We cannot process your application until you have done this. View therequirements.
Please pay the correct fee with your application. This depends on the non-domestic rateable value of your business.
Fees for premises licences and club certificates are:
Tell us if you want to change:
Alternatively you can download paper application forms toor . If you are submitting a paper application, please send a copy of it and your plan to all .
The fees are the same as they are for new applications (listed above).
The fee for this is £23.
Alternatively you can download paper application forms toor . If you are submitting a paper application, please send a copy to the Licensing Team and to the Police:
Alternatively, you can download paper application forms toor . The fee for this is £23.
Please note that applying to vary a premises licence to specify an individual asks the licensee to give a copy of the form to the existing premises supervisor. The completed form will contain personal information about the proposed new DPS. Sharing this information would breach the Data Protection Act 1988. The licensee can inform the DPS that the application has been made without sharing specific details of the application.
Your premises licence is subject to a yearly anniversary fee. An invoice for this will be sent to the Premises Licence Holder.
The amount must be paid in full. Failure to pay will mean your premises licence is suspended and no licensable activities can continue.
Fees for premises licences and club certificate anniversary fees are:
A provisional statement application is used for a premise that is intended to be used for at least one licensable activity, but has not yet been built or converted at the time of application. To apply, you need to:
Please complete theapplication form. This needs to be returned with a fee of £23.
Please complete the. This needs to be returned with a fee of £23.
Please tell us about changes of name or address:
Please complete theand return it with the correct .