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Licensing Public Register

The council is required to keep various public registers, for example under the Licensing Act 2003 and Gambling Act 2005. 

Under the Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014 decisions by council officers to grant a permission or licence must also be recorded and available for inspection.

Officers within the Community and Public Protection team have granted the licences below under a specific express authorisation or a general authorisation delegated to them. 

The licences were granted as they were satisfied the application met the relevant legislative and council policy requirements.  Details of those requirements are available on request. 

In each case the alternative – to refuse the licence application – has been considered and rejected and only those licences that have been granted are published below

Personal Licences

A Personal Licence will be required by any person selling or authorising the sale of alcohol on a licensed premises.

Premises licences register A-Z

If you cannot find the application you are looking for, please contact [email protected]


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Temporary event notices

A temporary event notice authorises licensable activities to take place at a premise on a short-term basis. To find out more, download the register of temporary event notices.

Personal licences

A Personal Licence will be required by any person selling or authorising the sale of alcohol on a licensed premises.

Inspecting building plans

If you wish to inspect the building plan(s) submitted by premises who wish to carry out licensable activities in the area, please email us so that we can make the required plans available to you for viewing.

Comments and feedback

If you wish to make a comment or provide feedback about any new applications from a premise that wishes to carry out licensable activities in the area, please email our licensing team.