If you are named as designated premises supervisor (DPS) on a premises licence and you don't want to act in that role any more then you need to tell us.
If you don't let us know you'll still be responsible for authorising the alcohol sales at the premises unless the licence holder applies to vary the DPS.
How to tell us
You can use this online application to let us know that you no longer want to act as DPS.
You must also, within 48 hours:
- give a copy of this notice to the licence holder
- give the licence holder a notice asking them to send the premises licence to us within 14 days of them receiving your notice (if you are the licence holder then you must forward the premises licence to us)
If a DPS leaves the premises and tells us that they no longer want to act as DPS then the premises must stop selling alcohol until an application to vary the DPS (naming a new person to be DPS) has been given to us.
Any personal information which you provide will be held and used by East Devon District Council for the purpose of the licensing service to process your request to be removed as DPS. Your information may also be shared within East Devon District Council for the purposes of carrying out our lawful functions. Otherwise your personal information will not be disclosed to anybody outside East Devon District Council without your permission, unless there is a lawful reason to do so, for example disclosure is necessary for crime prevention or detection purposes. Your information will be held securely and will not be retained for any longer than is necessary. There are a number of rights available to you in relation to our use of your personal information, depending on the reason for processing. Further detail about our use of your personal information can be found in the relevant privacy notice
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You'll need to know the premises name and address.
You'll need to serve notice on the licence holder as above.
As soon as we receive your notice and you've given notice to the licence holder as above then you will be treated as no longer being the DPS for that premises.
The premises will have to stop selling alcohol until the licence holder gives us an application to vary the DPS naming a new personal licence holder as DPS.