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Alcohol, Entertainment and Gambling Licensing Solicitors

We recognise that licensing law is constantly changing, making the entertainment and leisure industry a challenging environment for both existing operators and new enterprises.

At VWV, our licensing solicitors can offer you a full service across a wide range of licensing law issues, whether you are an educational establishment, a private operator, a public sector organisation, or an interested party.

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Experienced UK Licensing Law Solicitors

We have a detailed understanding of  licensing laws and will provide you with pragmatic and commercial licensing advice to allow you to maximise the effectiveness and profitability of your business.

We can advise you on all aspects of the Licensing Act 2003, including:

  • applications for a new premises licence for the sale of alcohol and/or other regulated entertainment
  • variation applications amending an existing premises licence
  • minor variation applicatyions amending on existing premises licence
  • bringing or defending premises hence review application
  • advice on the licensing objectives and mandatory or appropriate conditions
  • regulation enforcement and compliance
  • transfer applications to transfer an existing premises licence
  • applications to vary a designated premises supervisor
  • submission of temporary event notices
  • general advice on the offences under the Licensing Act 2003 (for example: the duties of a designated premises supervisor, the obligations of a licensee and children and alcohol).

Civil Marriage Licences and Gaming Law

In addition to our expertise in relation to alcohol licensing, and the provision of regulated entertainment & late night refreshment under the 2003 Act, we can also advise on other licensing matters that may affect you, including civil marriage licences and gaming law.


For expert advice from our experienced team of entertainment and alcohol licensing solicitors, please contact Barry Richards on 0117 314 5693.

They provide the most imaginative approach to the service and they approach things in a way which finds the best solution.

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Our licensing solicitors can offer you a full service across a wide range of licensing law issues, whether you are a public sector organisation, a private operator, an interested party or an educational establishment.

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