A personal licence authorises an individual to supply alcohol, or authorise the supply of alcohol, at premises that already hold a premises licence. It is issued by the Council covering the area where the applicant lives when they make their application.
Details of those holding a personal licence with Runnymede are contained in the public register
Personal Licences are 'portable' between premises throughout England and Wales, allowing the licence holder to sell or authorise the sale of alcohol for consumption on or off any premises with a Premises Licence.
Personal licences are valid for an unlimited period, however you must still inform the local authority who issued the personal licence of any change of name or address.
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