Premises licences

In order to sell or supply alcohol, provide entertainment or late night refreshment, you must have a licence from your local authority under the Licensing Act 2003. This may be a premises licence or a temporary events notice.

We grant premises licences for businesses supplying alcohol or late night refreshments, on or off the premises.

You can also apply for a major variation or a minor variation to your premises licence.

In order to serve alcohol each premises needs a designated premises supervisor.

Fee

Please download the list of fees below.

How to apply

We advise all applicants to read our licensing policy, the Home Office Guidance and any guidance notes provided before submitting an application.

Please download and complete the forms below.

If you have any questions please contact us.

Register of licences

We keep a public register of all licences issued and held within the Lewes district. Search online for details now:

Public register of licences and registrations

Fee

You will need to pay a fee to apply for a to your premises licence. The fee will be based on the non-domestic rateable value (NDRV) of the premises. Fee details are listed in the  licensing act 2003.

Any other fees will be listed on the application form.

How to apply

We advise all applicants to read our licensing policy, the Home Office Guidance and any guidance notes provided before submitting an application.

Apply online

You can apply at gov.uk.

Interim authority application form

Interim authority application form
Summary: Link to PDF of the interim authority application form
File Size: 132KB
File Type: application/pdf
Created: 11 September 2017
Last Modified: 11 September 2017

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