Breaching conditions

Breaching any of the conditions listed on a premises licence or club premises certificate is a serious offence.

If you breach the conditions, you could get a maximum fine of £20,000 and/or six months' imprisonment. You will be prosecuted for each condition that is being breached.

A responsible authority or interested party can apply to review a premises or club premises certificate. Where they can provide evidence that the licensing objectives are not being addressed by breaches of conditions.

You could therefore be prosecuted and the licence or certificate is reviewed which could end in revocation, suspension or loss of hours or licensable activities.