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A personal licence allows you, or a member of staff, to sell or supply alcohol from any licensed premises in Worcester or anywhere else in England and Wales.
All premises with a premises licence will need at least one personal licence holder if alcohol is being sold or supplied. A Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) is the person named on the premises licence who is responsible for the running of the premise. A DPS must hold a personal licence.
Personal licences are valid indefinitely and are portable throughout England and Wales. You don’t have to renew them at any time as there is no expiry date on them.
If you want to apply for a personal licence you must:
- be 18 years of age or over.
- apply to the Licensing Authority that covers the area where you normally live.
- have a relevant licensing qualification such as the Highfield Award for Personal Licence Holders Level 2.
Applicants and licence holders are required to declare details of any Relevant, Foreign or Immigration Offences for which they have been convicted.
The offences are specified as relevant offences under the Licensing Act 2003. Any convictions for these offences must be declared:
- By applicants, within an application for grant of a Personal Licence or
- By licence-holders, as soon as reasonably practicable after conviction or disposal of any appeal.
If charged with a relevant offence, licensees must notify the Court that they hold a Personal Licence, before the end of their first appearance in a Magistrates’ Court in connection with the offence.