Alcohol and entertainment premises licence
You need a licence for premises where licensed entertainment will be held, and for any business or other organisation that sells or supplies alcohol on a permanent basis. If alcohol is to be sold at premises, it can only be sold under the authority of a person who holds a personal licence. The premises at which activities take place must be covered by a premises licence, a club certificate or a Temporary Event Notice (TEN)
A personal licence is required for anyone who plans to authorise the sale or supply of alcohol. Find out more about personal licences and submit an application.
View guidance on the Licensing Act 2003.
View guidance notes on completing an application for a premises licence.
View Harborough District Council's Licensing Act 2003 Policy