The rules of serving alcohol on your premises
Customers were receptive to the idea of enjoying a glass of wine or cold beer whilst waiting or having their treatment, and it would often be a great marketing tool, as word would quickly spread about being able to enjoy a drink at your premises.
However, as a business, there are certain rules and regulations about serving alcohol on your site even if it’s not charged for.
You will need to have two licences at your business to be able to comply with the Licensing Act, and serve alcohol on your premises.
To provide alcohol, either you as the business owner or a member of your staff will need to hold a Personal Licence. You need to be over the age of 18 to hold a Personal Licence and hold a qualification on licensing.
As well as the Personal Licence, you will need a Premises Licence, which is required to allow you to partake in ‘licensable activities’ including selling alcohol on your business premises. You will need to appoint a designated premises supervisor (DPS), who must be the holder of a personal licence.
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