In England and Wales, businesses, organisations, and people that wish to sell or provide alcohol must first get a license or other authorisation from a licensing authority, which is typically a local council. In simple terms, it is a permit that allows you to sell alcoholic beverages, offer entertainment, and serve hot food and beverages.
A premises license is a license issued under the Licensing Act 2003 that authorises the use of a defined area for one or more licensable activities. Pubs, clubs, restaurants, and takeaway shops are examples of establishments that may require a premises license.
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