Licensing can become a complex and confusing area.
As your commercial solicitor we can support and advise on the full range of licensing issues that may arise, including anything relating to statutory licensing regimes, from submitting an application for a licence to defending prosecutions. We can help you at your licence application hearing, reviews and appeal against licensing decisions.
We regularly support applications for personal and premises licences. We also advise on varying licences, helping our clients take advantage of extended opening hours or carrying out different activities at the premises.
Under the 2003 licensing act comply you must now comply to a dual system of both personal and premises licences if you wish to:
- Sell alcohol
- Supply alcohol
- Provide regulated entertainment
- Provide late night refreshments
The key objectives of the act are:
- The prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- The prevention of public nuisance
- The protection of children from harm
Our commercial solicitors, led by the esteemed Julian Smith, have specialist knowledge and a wealth of experience in this area. We can advise clients at the earliest stage of any application.
Wrigley Claydon’s specialist team often integrate with others within the firm to support the licensee in other aspects of their business. Should staffing problems, trade disputes or other issues arise, we are able to provide the necessary advice and support.
As your trusted commercial Solicitor, Wrigley Claydon has solid foundations that allows us to move with the times to help you through the legal process stress free. All businesses need someone skilled, reliable and experienced they can turn to for support and guidance. This is where we can help.
For more information or to speak a solicitor from our commercial team please call 0161 785 3529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.