Make your annual payment for a premises licence invoice.

You will need your invoice number to complete this payment.

When you get to the next page click on Invoice, Residential Care and Home Care, place your invoice number where it asks for account number and complete the payment transaction.

If you are applying for a premises licence for the first time do not pay here - pay with your premises application.

Do it online

This action is completed on another site (paycapita.com).

Who can use this service

Premises licence holders.

Costs for this service

Annual fees are based on the non-domestic rateable value of your premises. You can find out the current rateable value of your premises using the Valuation Office Agency's search engine

Band Rateable value Annual premises licence fee
A Not rated, or up to £4300 £70
B From £4301 to £33000 £180
C From £33001 to £87000 £295
D From £87001 to £125000 £320.00
E £125,001 or more £350.00

Premises in bands D or E used mainly for consuming alcohol on the premises are subject to fee multipliers. These have fees of £640 for band D and £1050 for band E.

High capacity premises

Premises licences for large capacity events have an extra annual fee, based upon the number of people allowed to attend the event at any time. The extra annual fee must be added to the relevant annual fee in the table above.

Licensed capacity Extra annual premises licence fee
5,000 to 9,999 £500
10,000 to 14,999 £1,000
15,000 to 19,999 £2,000
20,000 to 29,999 £4,000
30,000 to 39,999 £8,000

Please contact the licensing team if your capacity is higher than this. Please note the above is not application fees, information for this can be found on our Apply for a premises licence page.

Exceptions

Some community premises, including church halls, chapel halls, village halls, community centres and schools and colleges, which are only licensed for entertainment and not alcohol or late night refreshment, may not have to have a licence or pay annual fees. Contact the licensing team to discuss whether this should apply to your premises.