Variations to a premises licence or a club premises certificate that could not impact adversely on the licensing objectives may be subject to a simplified ‘minor variation’ process.
Variations that could impact adversely on the licensing objectives are subject to the variation process:
Refer to Chapter 8 of the statutory guidance or contact the licensing office by email - email@example.com.
Applications must be advertised for a period of 10 working days, starting on the day after the application was given to the licensing authority.
Applicants are required to advertise their application according to the relevant regulations:
Use the template notice to advertise your application:
- current licence
- a plan of the premises (if changes to plan form part of variation)
Processing and timescales
Applications must be determined within 15 working days of receipt. Comments can be made by Responsible Authorities or interested parties within the first 10 working days.
Legislation and guidance
There are no grounds to appeal against refused applications for a minor variation. An applicant may re-apply with a revised minor variation application or a full variation application.