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Licensing & Training Consultants

Personal Licences

A Personal Licence authorises the holder to sell or authorise the sale of alcohol in accordance with the terms of a Premises Licence, which also authorises the sale of alcohol, which relates to the premises where the sale is taking place.

 

To apply for a Personal Licence you must;

- be aged 18 or over

- hold an accredited qualification such as the BIIAB APLH

- submit a Basic criminal conviction certificate or a criminal record certificate that is less than one month old. Kurnia are a Responsible Body registered with Disclosure Scotland to prepare and submit applications for Basic Disclosures which are accepted as part of the Personal Licence application.

- not have any unspent Relevant Convictions (which which case the police object to and Licensing Sub-Committee agree with)