Displaying your premises licence

June 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;6/6/2013, Issue 105, p15
Trade Publication
The article offers a list of tips and guidance for pub owners in Great Britain concerning the display and production of their premises license. Holders of a premises license are suggested to ensure that the license of a certified copy of it be kept at the premises in the custody of the holder of the license or a person who works at the premises. They are also advised to secure the summary of the license and a notice specifying the position held at the premises by any person nominated.


Related Articles

  • Don't fall for the gloss, beer tie needs reform. Clarke, Simon // Morning Advertiser;3/10/2011, Issue 531, p10 

    The author discusses the need of pubcos and big brewers in Great Britain for licensed trade reforms.

  • Rates revaluation delay is 'a scandal'. Degun, Gurjit // Publican's Morning Advertiser;10/25/2012, Issue 76, p1 

    The article reports on the decision by the British government to postpone the implementation of next business rates revaluation from 2015 to 2017, which will lead thousands of pubs to be forced out of business.

  • Q & A.  // Publican's Morning Advertiser;8/7/2014, Issue 160, p19 

    The article presents questions and answers related to pubs in Great Britain including the need to update the off-sales licence for a 24-hour alcohol delivery service and the customers' smartphone-based betting activity within the pub.

  • Legal advice could cut risk of reviews. Pescod, Adam // Publican's Morning Advertiser;11/1/2012, Issue 77, p10 

    The article offers a caution from Jon Wallsgrove, partner at Blake Lapthorn licensing solicitors in Great Britain, on the potential risk to be experienced by public house licensees in their business if they do not seek expert legal advice following routine licensing visits by police.

  • Council cash for pubs… despite cuts.  // Morning Advertiser;11/4/2010, Issue 517, p5 

    The article reports on the move of Essex County Council to offer a 50-percent grant of up to 5,000 pound to those rural pubs who want to apply licensees despite the severe cuts in the local government in England.

  • Pubs make a noise about music laws. Bothwell, Ellie // Publican's Morning Advertiser;7/17/2014, Issue 157, p4 

    The article offers information on how entertainment pubs have welcomed the plans of the British Government to relax live music licensing laws, but stated that the move needs to be supported by a sensible approach from local licensees and councils to noise complaints in 2014.

  • Councils reject key proposals.  // Morning Advertiser;9/30/2010, Issue 512, p5 

    The article reports on the rejection of the government's radical plans to overhaul licensing in Great Britain.

  • Digest.  // Publican's Morning Advertiser;4/28/2011, Issue 4, p4 

    The article offers news briefs in the pubs industry in Great Britain including the licensees' views on pubcos' codes of practice, the move of Heineken to pay 10,000 pounds in fines, and the agreement of pubs and off-licences in Newquay, Cornwall to adopt a Challenge-25 policy.

  • There is help at hand for struggling licensees. Berry, Mike // Publican's Morning Advertiser;4/17/2014, Issue 144, p3 

    An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses issues related to pub licensees in Great Britain.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics