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We are currently experiencing a large number of telephone calls into the service with queries.
If you need to contact us, at the moment we would appreciate an email setting out your enquiry. For general licensing matters, the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you still feel you need to leave a telephone answer message, please note that we will prioritise your call and may not be able to respond to you if your enquiry could be resolved by visiting the website.
A premises licence is required to carry out licensable activities from the premises.
The definition of 'premises' means any place, but it also includes a vehicle, vessel or moveable structure.
Premises could include mobile food sellers for example, a burger van.
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You must have a licence:
For the following activities if they are carried out in front of an audience and is provided for the purpose of entertaining that audience. A licence is also required if you are just providing facilities for:
There are certain exemptions in regard to some activities, further details are available in Exemptions for premises licence and club premises certificates.
The Licensing Act 2003 states that every premises licence to sell alcohol must have a DPS who must have a valid personal licence.
The licence holder must immediately change the DPS details if the DPS leaves the premises. No alcohol can be served at the premises until we have received the new DPS details.
You must sign and send completed forms to us with the original licence. You must also ensure that the proposed DPS has signed the separate consent form.
The Licensing Act 2003 states that the licence holder must serve the application on the outgoing DPS.
The application must also be served on the Chief of Police. The police will then have 14 days to object to the appointment of the new DPS.
If posting or handing in the application form(s) at our reception you are required to also serve a copy of the application to Derbyshire Constabulary on the same day as the application is given to us. If the application is submitted electronically, we will provide copies to Derbyshire Constabulary.
The appointment of the new DPS will be valid from the date the completed application form is received by us unless there is a successful police objection.
Where premises are being, or are about to be, built/altered, the necessary investment may not be committed unless investors have some assurance that a premises licence covering the desired licensable activities would be granted for the premises when the building work is completed.
Application for provisional statements need to be advertised and require a plan to be submitted with the application form, see premises licence applications for more details.
Complete the Premises provisional statement and send this with the relevant payment. See our Licensing current fees and How to pay for a premises licence. If you have paid by debit/credit card or by bacs before you have submitted your application form then you must include a copy of your receipt with the application. Any application received without the payment will not be processed.
If posting or handing in the application form(s) at our reception you are required to also serve a copy of the application, including the accompanying documentation, to the responsible authorities on the same day as the application is given to us. If the application is submitted electronically, we will provide copies to the responsible authorities. We can only accept applications for premises within our local authority area.
The Licensing Team is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy when you use our services. Please view Licensing Team Privacy Notices for further information. Printed copies are available on request.
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