Mandatory Conditions Supply of alcohol (Licenced Premises)
Tap water must be provided on request to customers
No irresponsible promotions
No alcohol to be directly dispended into a customers’ mouth
No supply of alcohol may be made under the premises licence:
a) at a time when there is no designated premises supervisor in respect of the premises licence or,
b) at a time when the designated premises supervisor does not hold a personal licence or his personal licence is suspended.
Every supply of alcohol under the premises licence must be made or authorised by a person who holds a personal licence.
Where one or more individuals are at the premises to carry out a security activity, each such individual must be licensed by the Security Industry Authority.
The premises licence holder or club premises certificate holder shall ensure that an age verification policy applies to the premises in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol:-
The policy must require individuals who appear to the responsible person to be under 18 years of age (or such older age as may be specified in the policy) to produce on request, before being served alcohol, identification bearing their photograph, date of birth and a holographic mark.
The responsible person shall ensure that:-
(a) Where any of the following alcoholic drinks is sold or supplied for sale or consumption on the premises (other than alcoholic drinks sold or supplied having been made up in advance ready for sale or supply in a securely closed container) it is available to customers in the following measures:-
Beer or cider - ½ pint;
Gin, rum, vodka or whisky - 25ml or 35ml; and
Still wine in a glass - 125ml; and
(b) Customers are made aware of the availability of these measures.
ON LICENCE EMBEDDED RESTRICTIONS
Alcohol shall not be sold or supplied except during permitted hours.
In this condition, permitted hours mean:
On Good Friday, 12 noon to 10.30 p.m.
On Christmas Day, 12 noon to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
On New Year’s Eve from the end of permitted hours on New Year’s Eve to the start of permitted hours on the following day (or, if there are no permitted hours on the following day, midnight on 31st December).
The above restrictions do not prohibit:
(a) consumption of the alcohol on the premises or the taking of sale or supply of alcohol to any person residing in the licensed premises;
(b) the ordering of alcohol to be consumed off the premises or the despatch by the vendor of the alcohol so ordered;
(c) the sale of alcohol to a trader or club for the purposes of the trade or club;
(d) the sale or supply of alcohol to any canteen or mess, being a canteen in which the sale or supply of alcohol is carried out under the authority of the Secretary of State or an authorised mess of members of Her Majesty’s naval, military or air forces;
(e) the taking of alcohol from the premises by a person residing there; or
(f) the supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises to any private friends of a person residing there who are bona fide entertained by him at his own expense, or the consumption of alcohol by persons so supplied; or
(g) the supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises to persons employed there for the purposes of the business carried on by the holder of the licence, or the consumption of liquor so supplied, if the liquor is supplied at the expense of their employer or of the person carrying on or in charge of the business on the premises.
CHILDREN IN BARS.
On-licence, no children’s certificate:
No person under fourteen shall be in the bar of the licensed premises during the permitted hours unless one of the following applies:
(1) He is the child of the DPS on site.
(2) He resides in the premises, but is not employed there.
(3) He is in the bar solely for the purpose of passing to or from some part of the premises which is not a bar and to or from which there is no other convenient means of access or egress.
(4) The bar is in railway refreshment rooms or other premises constructed, fitted and intended to be used bona fide for any purpose to which the holding of the licence is ancillary.
In this condition “bar” includes any place exclusively or mainly used for the consumption of intoxicating liquor. But an area is not a bar when it is usual for it to be, and it is, set apart for the service of table meals and alcohol is only sold or supplied to persons as an ancillary to their table meals.