Club premises certificate


A Club Premises Certificate is a licence granting 'qualifying club' status to specific premises.

Qualifying clubs are organisations where members have joined together for particular social, sporting or political purposes and supply alcohol for members and their guests only. Some common examples include Labour, Conservative and Liberal Clubs, the Royal British Legion, other ex-service clubs, working men's clubs, miner's welfare institutions and social and sports clubs.

To be a qualifying club applicants must comply with the following rules:

A Club Premises Certificates last for the lifetime of the business, unless the application is for a licence for a shorter period, or the licence holder details change.

Last Updated: 17/06/2016