If you want to supervise the sale of alcohol in any premises - including pubs, off licences, restaurants and hotels - you will need a personal licence.

Not everyone who makes a sale has to hold a Personal Licence, as long as a Personal Licence Holder has authorised the sale.  This does not apply to Qualifying Clubs or premises operating under a Temporary Event Notice (TEN).

You may decide to become a Personal Licence Holder if you want to apply for more than five TENs a year.

You must normally apply for your Personal Licence to the Council in whose district you live.  If you do not live in the United Kingdom, you can apply to any Council that issues Personal Licences.

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