Apply for a personal licence to sell alcohol
Premises that are licensed to sell alcohol must have a named Designated Premises Supervisor (with the exception of some community premises).
If you wish to become a Designated Premises Supervisor you will need to apply for a personal licence which will enable you to provide and sell alcohol. You can transfer a current personal licence to a different licensed premises if required.
How to apply
- you need to first pass an accredited qualification
- once qualified, you will need to have a criminal record check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
- apply for your licence within one calendar month from the date your DBS certificate is issued
Please download, fill in and send us an application form to the address below. You will also need to include:
- your accredited qualification certificate
- evidence of right to work
- disclosure of Convictions and Declaration form
- Basic criminal record certificate issued by the DBS
- a cheque for the licence fee of £37 made payable to Broadland District Council
- 2 passport photos (one of which should be endorsed as a true likeness of yourself by a person of standing)