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A premises licence is needed where one or more ‘licensable activities’ are carried out at any property.
The following are defined as licensable activities:
A licensing authority must issue licences with a view to promoting the licensing objectives. These are:
Individuals managing licensed premises must hold a personal licence which allows a person to sell alcohol, or authorise the sale of alcohol. If you wish to be specified as a designated premises supervisor you must have a personal licence.
Healys Solicitors offers professional advice and solutions on all aspects of licensing law. We will draft and submit your premises licence application for you and guide you through the application process to ensure your application proceeds as smoothly as possible.
Individuals, businesses and authorities such as the police have a right to review an existing premises licence which may ultimately lead to the revocation of the licence. A right of appeal exists at the Magistrates Court against any decision made by the Licensing Authority. We can represent you in licensing hearings, help you apply for the review or appeal of a premises licence or to oppose an application for review.
We can also assist with licence transfer applications or application to change the designated premises supervisor which form part of many commercial and property transactions.