Designated premises supervisor
Consent to be a DPS
Every licenced premises must have a designated premises supervisor (DPS) who holds a personal licence. If you have more than one licenced premises you can have the same designated supervisor for each one.
The designated premises supervisor needs to understand and be involved in the everyday running of the business. They don’t always need be at the premises but they must be available as the main contact for the police and the council.
To be a designated premises supervisor you must first be asked by the premises licence holder. Then you can fill in the consent form to be named on the premises licence as the designated premises supervisor.
Change your DPS
To update your premises licence with a different named designated premises supervisor you must:
- appoint someone with a personal licence
- ask them to fill in the consent form to be name as the new DPS on your premises licence
- fill in a variation of a designated premises supervisor form
|New premises licence||Included in the cost of your new premises licence application.|
|Existing premises licence variation of a designated premises supervisor||£23|
|Removal of a designated premises supervisor||£0|
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