Apply for an occasional premises licence.
If you hold a premises licence, a personal licence or are from a voluntary organisation and wish to sell alcohol from premises that aren't licensed, you may apply for an occasional licence. However, you can only get licences for events connected with your organisation's activities.
You must apply at least 28 working days prior to the date the license is required for.
An occasional licence will be valid for no more than 14 days.
A voluntary organisation may only be issued with an occasional licence if they've not had more than 4 occasional licences that last for 4 days or more or more than 12 licences that last for less than 4 days, and that the licences issued don't cover more than 56 days in a 12 month period.
Please note, there's a £10 fee to change an occasional licence.
What happens next
Your application will be sent to the Chief Constable, Police Scotland and the Licensing Standards Officer. They have 10 days to notify the Board of any comments or objections. In this case, you'll be given a further opportunity to comment.
The Licensing Board may ask you to attend a hearing if there are objections or comments. If there's none, the application will probably be decided without a hearing.
If you've not heard from us within 5 weeks, contact Customer Services:
Phone: 0141 577 4684