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Through the nominee, venue operators are responsible for notifying the VCGLR of certain changes in the licensee’s situation.
Whenever any of the specific changes take place, a written notice must be provided to the VCGLR.
Variations to the licence conditions may be made by following the steps set out in section 3.4.18 of the Act.
Section 3.4.23 of the Act requires venue operators to notify the VCGLR in writing if they change or plan to change their structure in the following ways:
Through the nominee or committee member, venue operators are also responsible for notifying the VCGLR of certain changes in the licensee's situation as detailed in the directions made under section 10.4A.4 of the Act.
An email from the nominee to the VCGLR is generally acceptable, provided it is accompanied by supporting documentation, if appropriate. The email can be sent by contacting us.
You may add or remove an 'approved premises' to or from your licence.
Venue operators applying to include or remove approved premises in its licence must complete and submit:
Circumstances that may require a venue operator to apply to remove approved premises from its licence include:
You may apply for approval as an Associated Individual of the holder of a Venue Operator's Licence using the Venue Operator Licence - associated individual (online). If applying as part of another application for a new or renewal of a Venue Operators Licence, or as part of an Associated Entity application, please use the associated individual PDF version (PDF, 1.09 MB).