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Licensing

Keelys’ new licensing department provides specialist advice from planning stage right through to opening. We take a pro-active role to ensure that with early input of advice, the scheme proceeds smoothly and without delay.

We have considerable experience of making applications for new licences, gaming permits and bingo licences, and have made many applications for new personal licences and premises licences under the recent Licensing Act 2003.

Clients include limited companies, sports & social clubs, charities and individuals in the licensed leisure and hospitality industry. Licences have been obtained for pubs, clubs, restaurants and takeaways, social clubs and large sports, entertainment and leisure venues.

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