Owners of licensed premises reminded to renew liquor licenses before deadline

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Alcohol LicenseThe Police Service of Northern Ireland is reminding all owners of licensed premises to renew their liquor licences before the 30th September 2017 deadline. Speaking to Newry Times, Chief Superintendent Stephen Cargin explained, “It is important that all owners of licensed premise ensure their businesses comply with legislation therefore we are encouraging everyone to renew their liquor licenses no less than 3 weeks before the deadline.”
  To do this you need to: • Contact your local court office and notify them of your renewal. • Contact the District Commander for the policing district where your premises are situated. If you live in a different policing district to your licensed premises, you must notify the District Commander there. • Contact the council office in which your business is located.
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Go For It March 2017Chief Superintendent Stephen Cargin continued, “If you are the owner of a pub, club or bar, the renewal of a liquor licence is your responsibility. You need to ensure your business complies with the current legislation as outlined in the Licensing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996.
  “Previously a number of businesses have failed to renew their licence within the required time frame.
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25th March 2017 Box AdvertHe added, “It is important to note that failure to renew your licences before the deadline will mean that your business will not be allowed to sell alcohol until the licence has been renewed.”

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