If you wish to change any aspect of your licence or club certificate once it has been granted then you will need to apply to your Local Authority for either a full or minor variation.
If you want to make minor changes to your licence then a variation application can be made. However, if you want to make substantial changes to the licence, such as increasing the hours when you sell alcohol, then a full variation application must be made and this process is similar to the application for a new premises licence.
Identifying whether the changes can be dealt with by a minor or full variation application can be very difficult. If you apply for a minor variation and it is rejected then you will have to reapply for a full variation and will incur additional fees. Our experienced solicitors can provide advice from the offset to identify the route that you need to take, saving you costs and time.
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