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Licensing Register

The Licensing Register contains information on current licensing applications and weekly reports of delegated licensing decisions.

The publication of current licensing applications

We publicise when an application is made for:

  • A premises licence or club premises certificate
  • The variation of a premises licence or club premises certificate
  • A provisional statement
  • A review of a licence.

We advertise the application:

  • For 28 days starting on the day after we receive the application
  • By publishing a notice on our website.

This helps to ensure that the application is brought to the attention of people likely to be affected by it.

Full details of the applications can be viewed at our offices at South Norfolk House, Cygnet Court, Long Stratton, Norwich, NR15 2XE or by contacting us.

Current licensing applications

Information on applications open for consultation can be found below.

It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application. A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale.

We have received and accepted a Premises Licence Application (New) application for 1 Robin Grove, Wymondham, NR18 9FS.

Applicant – Mr Paul Mayes & Mr Thomas Mayes

This application is now subject to a 28 day consultation period expiring on the 10 July 2020. 


I have received and accepted a Premises Licence Application (New) application for  - Unit GA, GG And GH, Trading  Estate, Langley Road, Chedgrave, Norfolk,

Applicant – Mr Steven Paul Crisp

This application is now subject to a 28 day consultation period expiring on the 17 July 2020.


Should you wish to make representations to any of the applications, the Licensing Act 2003 provides a clear focus on the promotion of four statutory objectives which are: 

  • The prevention of crime and disorder
  • Public safety
  • The prevention of public nuisance
  • The protection of children from harm

Each objective is of equal importance. These four statutory objectives are the only matters to be taken into account when determining licensing applications and associated operating schedules.

We have received and accepted a Premises Licence Full Variation application for Flint Vineyard, Camphill Farm, Middle Road, Earsham, Norfolk, NR35 2AH.

Applicant – Flint &Vine Ltd

This application is now subject to a 28 day consultation period expiring on the 3 August 2020. 

Should you wish to make representations to any of the applications, the Licensing Act 2003 provides a clear focus on the promotion of four statutory objectives which are: 

The prevention of crime and disorder

Public safety

The prevention of public nuisance

The protection of children from harm

Each objective is of equal importance. These four statutory objectives are the only matters to be taken into account when determining licensing applications and associated operating schedules.

Public Notice of Decisions

Our Public Register is currently unavailable.  Please contact the Licensing Team on 01508 533621 if you require any further information regarding the licences.