Premises License Floor Plans
What is a Premises Licence Plan?
Under the Licensing Act 2003, all premises serving or selling alcohol or providing entertainment are required to submit a Premises Licence Application.
UK Premises Licence Applications must be accompanied by a scaled Premises Licence Floor Plan. A premises licencing plan is a scale drawing that includes all the required details for your premises and needs to be submitted alongside with your application.
At UK Surveyors, we offer a fast and cost-effective service and can provide you with a fully compliant and good quality plan that meet all requirements of the licence application.
Which Activities need a premises licence?
Activities requiring a Premises Licence include:
- The sale by retail of alcohol
- The supply of alcohol in a club
- The provision of entertainment
- The provision of late-night refreshment
- Performance of a play
- An exhibition of films
- Indoor sporting event
- Boxing or wrestling entertainment
- Live music events
- Any playing of recorded music
- Performance of dance
How can UK Surveyors help with your Licence Floor Plan?
Our fully qualified and trained Surveyors will visit your site to accurately record all of the relevant information required under the Licensing Act 2003, at a day and time that suite your needs.
After the site visit all floor plans drawings are completed within 5 working days and you will be supplied with either a paper hard copy or a plan in pdf format.
If you require further assistance with the premises licence application, we can help since we work with the leading premises licencing companies throughout England and Wales.
What does the Premises Licence Plan include?
- The boundary of the building.
- Points of access and exit from the premises
- Escape routes from the premises.
- In a case where the premises is used for more than one existing licensable activity, the area within the premises used for each activity.
- In a case where an existing licensable activity relates to the supply of alcohol, the location or locations on the premises which is or are used for consumption of alcohol.
- Fixed structures (including furniture) or similar objects temporarily in a fixed location which may impact on the ability of individuals on the premises to use exits or escape routes without impediment.
- The location and height of each stage or raised area relative to the floor.
- The location of the steps, stairs elevators or lifts.
- The location of rooms containing public conveniences.
- The location and type of any fire safety and any other safety equipment.
- The location of a kitchen (if any).