Members’ clubs require a club premises certificate if they want to carry out licensable activities for their members. This covers the supply of alcohol and regulated entertainment. There is no need for a designated premises supervisor.
A club premises certificate is only for use by qualifying clubs. The following criteria must be met to be considered a qualifying club:
- persons may not be admitted to membership to any of the privileges of membership without an interval of at least two days between their nomination for membership and their admission
- that the club is established and conducted in good faith as a club
- that the club has at least 25 members
- that alcohol is not supplied to members on the premises unless by or on behalf of the club
Clubs will need to apply for a premises licence or a temporary event notice if they're looking to provide activities for the general public.
Apply for a new club premises certificate
Please email the licensing team to apply for a new club premises certificate.
Existing club premises certificates
Please email the licensing team to do the following:
- Vary a club premises certificate
- Change details on a club premises certificate
- Get a copy of your club premises certificate
- Surrender a club premises certificate
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