Published on July 8th, 2011 | by Dean Carr
How much do I have to pay in Premises Licence Fees?
Premises Licence Fees
Fees regulations for licences under the above legislation have been published by HM Government.
Under the Licensing Act 2003 premises will pay for a ‘one-off’ fee for grant of a premises licence and then pay an annual charge for the licence thereafter.
The charge is based on the rateable value of the property.
Rateable value bands A B C D E
Main application fee 100 190 315 450 635
Main annual charge 70 180 295 320 350
In addition, a multiplier will be applied to town and city centre pubs in bands D & E, where they are exclusively or primarily in the business of selling alcohol.
Band D (x2) E(x3)
City/Town Centre pub application fee 900 1905
City/Town Centre pub annual charge 640 1050
Variation of an existing premises licence- as per application fee
The rateable values that the fee bands are based on are as follows;
A no rateable value to £4,300
B £4,301 – £33,000
C £33,001 – £87,000
D £87,001 – £125,000
E £125,000 and above
Minor Variation of an existing premises licence
Application for a Provisional Statement