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Alcohol licences and fines

COVID-19 Alert Level 2 - Alcohol licensing information

We have a full team working remotely. Online applications will continue, and processing of hard-copy applications will resume. We will offer Duty Manager interviews over video and inspections will be carried out with appropriate health and safety measures in place. 

Customer meetings will be undertaken by email, phone or online conferencing (e.g. Skype) where possible. Limited onsite and in-person meetings can resume, with appropriate health and safety measures in place, including physical distancing.

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