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How to Apply for a Late Hours Catering Licence

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Any premises providing 'food' to the public for consumption, on or off the premises, between 11pm and 5am will require a Late Hours Catering License unless that premises is

and 'food' is being offered only within licensed operating hours.

How do I apply?

Read our pdf icon Guidance on Applying [204kb] for information on the application process including details of:

  • How to lodge an application
  • Supporting documents required
  • How the application will be processed
  • The time it will take to get a decision
  • What to do if you are unhappy with the decision

How much does it cost?

Please refer to our pdf icon Fees and Charges [256kb] document for details of the current fee and accepted payment methods.

The application will not be accepted without the correct fee.

How to make payment?

Payment should be made by BACS Transfer (electronic banking) to the Licensing Board Account. 

When making payments please quote your licence reference number if you are a current licence holder or quote LHC/Address of Premises if you are a new licence holder as detailed below

Account Name: Glasgow City Council - Licensing
Account No. 00116224
Sort Code: 83-44-00
Reference: LHC/xxxxx (existing licence holder) or LHC/address of premises e.g. LHC/231 George Street.

Payment submitted by post should be in the form of Cheque or Postal Order. All Cheques and Postal Orders should be made payable to Glasgow City Council. Do not send cash by post.

Please note that your application will not be formally lodged until payment has been received.  The fees are non-refundable. 

Can someone object to an application?

Any person can make an objection or representation against a grant or renewal application during the 28 day consultation period. 

Read our guidance on making an objection or representation for more information.

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