Moray Licensing Board
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 Guidelines
Guidance on completion of Premises licence application forms (PDF)
Guidance on Capacity (PDF)
Guidance on Descriptions of premises (PDF)
Guidance on completion of Personal licence application forms (PDF)
Form to record endorsement of personal licence photograph (PDF)
List of Relevant Offences (PDF)
Guidance on completion of Occasional licence application form (PDF)
Additional information sheet for Occasional licence applications (PDF)
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 three years. The current policy came into effect in November 2013 and will continue in effect until November 2018.
In order to make a complaint about licensed premises or a licence holder please see the Complaints Procedure.
Statistics returned to the Scottish Government for period 1 Apr 11 to 31 Mar 12. National statistical information can be seen on the Scottish Government webpage.
Moray Licensing Board Financial Report
Public Sector Equality Duties
Reports by the Moray Council, the Moray Council Education and Social Care and the Moray Licensing Board for 2015 in respect of the Specific Public Sector Equality Duties can be accessed from the Equalities - Public Sector Duties page.
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