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Minor changes to a licence

A minor variation is any change to a premises licence that is a low impact change which does not undermine the licensing objectives.

There is now a streamlined process for making minor variation applications, which we can guide you through.  

 The test applied to decide if your variation is a low impact one,  is subjective and different licensing authorities can take different views on what might adversely affect the licensing objectives.

If you are unsure if your variation is a minor variation or a full-blown variation you can contact us here.

 

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