Category Archives: Personal Licensing

Personal Licences Renewal

Personal Licences Renewal Anyone with Personal Licences expiring on or after 1st April 2015 will now not need to apply for Renewal, the Home Office has now confirmed (27th March 2015) under the new Deregulation Act 2015. The announcement brings to an end a year of uncertainty as to whether any Personal Licences would need to be...
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Do I need a Personal Licence? Q & A

Do I need a Personal Licence? Q & A

Do all my staff need a Personal Licence?

It is not necessary for all staff who work in licensed premises to hold a Personal Licence.  However, it is good practice to ensure that all staff who are involved in the sale of alcohol are trained to a high...
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Why Personal Licence Training is important

Why Personal Licence Training is important The sale of alcohol to a child or young person (that is to say, a person aged under 18) is an offence which may lead to a fine of up to £10,000 and/or a term of imprisonment not exceeding three months. Such a sale could also lead to a Review...
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Who needs a Personal Licence?

Who needs a Personal Licence? A Personal Licence is usually required by anyone who is responsible for the sale of alcohol at premises which may be a supermarket, restaurant, hotel, off-licence or other retailer of alcohol. Most Managers of premises will have a Personal Licence and then authorise others to make sales on his or her behalf.  For...
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