If you're a company, business or individual with a property interest in a premises that is licensed under the Licensing Act 2003 then you can notify us of that interest.
If you tell us that you have an interest then we'll let you know if there are any changes made to the licence for that premises.
It is not a legal requirement to register your interest, it's at your discretion. The notice will have effect for 12 months and you'll need to give us a new notice each year if you still want to be told about any changes.
How to apply
You can give your notification of interest in a premises online.
You'll need to give:
- your details
- the name and licence number of the premises
- details of your interest in the premises
Anyone with a property interest in the premises can apply. This includes:
- the freeholder/leaseholder
- a legal mortgagee
- a person in occupation of the property
You'll need to pay a fee for this application. Please make sure you are aware of how much this will cost.
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You'll need a credit or debit card.
You'll need to know the premises name and licence number.
We'll send you a copy of your notification in the post signed by us to confirm that we have received it.
We'll then tell you about any changes made to the licensing register in respect of that premises during the following 12 months.
You can fill in a paper version of the form and send it to us in the post or bring it into our office.
You will need to fill in the application form and send two copies of this to us with:
- a cheque for the fee
If you want to come in to our offices and speak to a licensing officer then please telephone first to make sure that someone is available.