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Alcohol Licensing

The Innpacked Alcohol Licensing Department can take care of all your licensing applications from a personal licence application all the way through to a new premises licence application and everything in between.

This is a your one stop shop for all of your licensing requirements and we pride ourselves on our friendly, efficient, and of course, cost effective service.

Personal Licence Application information and FAQs

A Personal Licence is the licence held by an individual who wishes to sell or authorise the sale of alcohol on a licensed premises. Though not all staff at your venue need to have a Personal Licence, they must be authorised by the DPS (Designated Premises Supervisor), an employee who does hold a Personal Licence.

An application for a Personal Licence must be accompanied by a Criminal Records Bureau Basic Declaration, and an APLH Level 2 qualification is also necessary before you can apply.

Innpacked can make the application on your behalf for both your Criminal Record Declaration and your Personal Licence.

If you purchase your APLH course and Personal Licence Application together with Innpacked, you will receive a £10 discount.

Premises Licence Application information and FAQs

A Premises Licence is required for any premises from which Licensable Activities are conducted.

Licensable Activities include: the retail sale of alcohol, regulated entertainment and late-night refreshment. Whilst many activities that could be undertaken at your venue are considered licensable, there are some exceptions. Visit our Premises Licence Application page to learn more about Licensable Activities, and applying for a Premises Licence.

Contact Innpacked for a no-obligation quote on assisting with your Premises Licence application.


Licensing Variations

A Premises Licence covers the premises from which alcohol is sold, as well as any Licensable Activities that may be carried out at the venue.

From time to time you may wish to apply to alter certain parts of your Premises Licence to suit changes in your business. These changes are called variations and fall in to two categories.

Minor Variations and Major Variations

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