Alcohol and entertainment licence (Premises licence)

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Complete an online premises licence application. You can apply for a premises licence online through GOV.UK.

Premises Licence

Club Premises Certificate

Temporary Event Notice

Apply by post

You can download the appropriate application pack to apply by post:

Please note: The London Borough of Havering no longer produces and sends out paper versions of premises licenses - these are only sent electronically.

You are reminded that the premises licence or a certified copy of the licence must be kept at the premises while the licence summary, known as Part B, must be displayed on the premises in a prominent position.

To comply with the legislation, a printed or electronic version of the licence will be accepted as the premises licence. This must be available for inspection by an authorised officer, also 'Part B' must be displayed either printed or electronically.

Full details of the Licensing Act regulations can be found on the GOV.UK website.

A premises licence is granted to a premises, and authorises that premises to be used for one or more licensable activities.

The activities permitted will be stated in the premises' operating schedule, which is submitted with the licence application.

The page gives you all the information you need on premises licences including how to apply, the fees as well as links to application forms.

Make annual payment for a premises licence from London Borough of Havering

Annual payment for a premises licence

Current applications

Application Consultation end date
Arona (Station Lane Express) 89 Station Lane, Hornchurch, RM12 6JU 10 October 2017
Grange Express 5 Grange Road Romford RM3 7DU (Public notice: Premises licence review) 19 October 2017

Applying for a premises licence

The following people may apply for a premises licence:

  • A person who runs, or proposes to run, a business that will involve the use of that premises for licensable activities
  • A recognised club
  • A charity
  • The proprietor of an educational institution
  • A health service body
  • A person registered by part 2 of the Care Standards Act 2000, in respect of an independent hospital
  • A chief police officer

All applicants must be 18 years of age or over. Licences are granted to applicants on a permanent basis, but are subject to review where evidence exists that any of the licensing objectives are being compromised.

Locate premises licences

View our public resgister of premises licences on our mapping system

Find out the cost and payment date of your premises licence

You may use the link below to find out your premises license fee and payment due date. Once the document is open you may search by pressing Ctrl+F (Command+F for Mac users) on your keyboard and typing your licence number in the search box.

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