Liquor Licensing

Justices’ Off-Licence

A Justices’ Off-Licence is defined in the Licensing Ordinance 1994 as “authorizing sale for consumption off those premises only” (Section 3(2)(b)). This means that if an application for a Justices’ Off-Licence is granted it would allow the licence holder to sell alcohol to be taken away from the premises and consumed, provided it is sold during the hours permitted by the Ordinance.

How to Apply

Schedule 2 of the Licensing Ordinance sets out the procedure for applying for a Justices’ On-Licence and can be viewed here



On application - £72

On grant - £103


Application for a Justices' Off-Licence
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