If you have a legal interest in a premises you can tell us, so we keep you up to date with any licence applications to do with the premises.

A legal interest is defined as:

  • the freeholder or leaseholder of the premises
  • a legal mortgagee in respect of the premises, or
  • a person in occupation of the premises

Do it online (external site)

This action takes place on another website (gov.uk)

Costs for this service

There is a £21 fee.

Payment options

If you complete your application online, you will be directed to the online payment portal.

If you complete a paper application you have these payment options:

Most major cards are accepted, there is a surcharge of 1.65% for credit cards. When you are on the payment portal, choose 'premises licensing' on the left. You will need to attach a payment receipt to your application and submit your documents to the Lambeth Licensing department. We will not accept applications without this proof of payment.

Kiosk payments can be made by cash, cheque, credit card or debit card.

What you need to know...

You do not need to let us know you have a legal interest in a premises - it is your choice.

Once we receive your notification we will record your interest, endorse the notice and then return it to you. We will then formally let you know of any new applications made for the premises that relate to licences under the Licensing Act 2003.

Your notice of interest is valid for 12 months from the date of receipt - after this time you can submit a notification again.