Scottish Borders Licensing Board Policy statement
Scottish Borders Licensing Board has carried out its statutory requirement to review its Policy Statement on a five yearly basis and its current Policy Statement is effective from November 2018-2023.
Further statistical information is incorporated in the Licensing Board Overprovision Statement.
Ten Year Renewal of Personal Licences
In terms of Section 78 of the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005, if you wish to continue to hold your Personal Licence which allows you to authorise and supervise the sale of alcohol on licensed premises you must make an application to renew your Personal Licence NO LATER than 3 months before its expiry date.
Personal Licences issued on 1 September 2009 will expire on 31 August 2019. Renewal applications must be submitted before 31 May 2019. The Board has no discretion to renew an application received after that date which may lead to delays in a new grant application being processed. If you are a Designated Premises Manager this could mean you are unable to carry out a DPM role until your new licence is granted and this may result in the sale of alcohol not being allowed at the premises.
Licensing Board Reports
Equalities - Public sector duties
The Scottish Borders Licensing Board has published equality outcomes in terms of its duties under the Equality Act 2010.
Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol In Effect from 1 May 2018
Licensing Board Publication Scheme
The publication scheme lists classes of information available from Scottish Borders Licensing Board and how to access them