Liquor Licensing

The Moray Licensing Board is the licensing authority for the Moray area and is responsible for Premises Licences, Occasional Licences and Personal Licences.
 

Each Local Authority in Scotland is required to appoint a licensing board for the administration of licensing with respect to the sale and supply of alcohol liquor. The Licensing Board meets at regular intervals (approximately each 8 weeks) to discharge its functions in terms of the licensing of alcohol sales and the provision of gambling facilities. All licensing board meetings are held in public.

The business of the Licensing Board is advertised on this website.

Moray Licensing Board Information
 

Make an Application

Use the buttons below to select the relevant type of application.

Premises Licence Occasional Licence Personal Licence
 

Meeting Dates

Licensing Board meeting dates 2020 (PDF)
 

Current Applications

Use the following link to view current applications and access further information on how to comment, object, or make a representation. 

View more information on current applications and access public register
 

Statement of Policy for the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005

Section 6 of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 requires every Licensing Board to publish a statement of policy each five years. 

View the Moray Licensing Board's Policy
 

FAQs

Please read our FAQs before contacting the Licensing Team. 

Read our FAQs

In order to make a complaint about licensed premises or a licence holder please see the Complaints Procedure.

Contact Us

Legal and Democratic Services

licensing@moray.gov.uk

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