Every decision of the District Licensing Committee (DLC) must be publicly notified. The DLC decisions are listed below.
If you were a party to proceedings and disagree with the DLC’s decision you can appeal to the Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority (ARLA). Appeals are dealt with by way of a rehearing. You need to give a notice of appeal to ARLA within 10 working days of the date of the decision being notified to you. There is a cost for filing an appeal.
For more information on appeals go to the Ministry of Justice Alcohol Regulatory and Licensing Authority webpage.
Decisions arising from a hearing of the District Licensing Committee will be listed below. Additional decisions will be added as they become available.
Decisions made by the District Licensing Commissioner on unopposed applications are listed below. Additional decisions will be added as they become available.