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If you’re selling and supplying alcohol to the public you will need a licence. Find out here if you need one, and how to go about it if you do.
A Manager’s Certificate is needed by anyone who intends to be a manager of licensed premises such as a bar, supermarket, hotel, tavern or a club.
You will need to apply for a special licence if you are planning to sell and supply alcohol in a one-off event or a series of events.
If you’re selling alcohol to the public you’ll need a licence to do it. Here you will find information about applying for On-, Off- and Club licences.
If you need to change the conditions on your existing licence, you will need to apply for a variation. We recommend that you apply for a variation at the time of licence renewal to reduce costs.
When a new owner purchases licensed premises such as a restaurant or bar, the existing licence is not transferable.
You can check the list of decisions made on applications submitted under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
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