Hello Redditch, is anyone out there looking to obtain a Personal Licence without the stress and tears?
Call me, Johnny Walker, on 07970 134 730 for details of how to obtain a Personal Licence in the Redditch area. My advice is always free and without obligation. Get licensed to spill with me.
There is no longer any requirement to renew Personal Licences, they run indefinitely.
Under the Licensing Act 2003, any individual may apply for a Personal Licence whether or not they are currently employed or have business interests associated with the use of a premises licence. Applications for a Personal Licence must be made to the Local Authority in the area where they reside, for example Redditch.
You can apply for a Personal Licence at any time providing you are 18 or over.
You must provide proof that you have the legal right to work in the UK in order to hold a Personal Licence.
Applicants will need to complete an ‘Application for a personal licence’ and include the following:
- The correct fee (currently £37);
- Enclose a relevant licensing qualification, such as the Highfield level II Award;
- Enclose a basic Criminal Record check;
- Enclose two photographs and declaration form;
- A fully completed Disclosure of Convictions and Civil Immigration Penalties & Declaration form
- Proof of entitlement to work in UK;
Persons applying for a Personal Licence in Redditch and elsewhere in England and Wales, will need to obtain an accredited licensing qualification. I deliver the Highfield Level II Award during a one-day Personal Licence training course. The aim of the Personal Licence qualification is to ensure that licence holders are aware of licensing law and the wider social responsibilities attached to the sale of alcohol.
The current qualification is the Level 2 Award for Personal Licence Holders. (This replaces the Level 2 National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders, which will no longer be accepted if dated after 31st March 2011).
The Secretary of State accredits Personal Licence qualification training providers under the 2003 Act.
Here’s my contact number again, 07970 134 730. Just ask for me, Johnny Walker.