If you have a Personal Licence, you can sell alcohol in Pershore. You can also authorise someone else to sell alcohol.
You need a Personal Licence if you want to be a designated premises supervisor (DPS). The DPS will normally be the person who has day-to-day responsibility for running the premises.
There may be a number of Personal Licence holders working at a premises in Pershore but there can only be one DPS. The DPS must be appointed by the premises licence holder, who may hold both positions.
Before applying for a Personal Licence, you need to do a training course and exam to get a Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders. This training normally takes one day at your premises or an agreed venue in the Pershore area. Please call Johnny Walker on 07970 134 730 for details of how to book a one day course to obtain the Highfield Level II certificate following a successful examination result. The exam is sat immediately at the conclusion of the training course.
The police can object having considered any convictions you have for relevant or foreign offences. If the police think that granting you a Personal Licence would undermine the crime prevention licensing objective, they must give an objection notice to the licensing authority within 14 days from the day they received the Personal Licence application from licensing.
Licensing will notify the Home Office (Immigration Enforcement) in case where an applicant declares that they have been required to pay an immigration penalty or convicted of an immigration offence, or a foreign offence comparable to an immigration offence. The Home Office may object to a Personal Licence application on the grounds that granting the Personal Licence would be prejudicial to the prevention of illegal working in licensed premises.
To find out how to gain a Personal Licence in Pershore, Evesham, Gloucester, Hereford, Witney, South Wales or Birmingham, call Johnny Walker on 07970 134 730. My advice is always free and without oibligation.