Published: 04 May 2017 by Jonathan Smith
“The Home Office has advised applicants varying their Premises Licence to specify a new Designated Premises Supervisor, that the outgoing Designated Premises Supervisor should not be sent a copy of the application form because it contains personal information in terms of the new Designated Premises Supervisor’s date of birth, place of birth and nationality.
Instead, the Home Office has advised that it is sufficient to advise the outgoing Designated Premises Supervisor that the application has been made, although a full copy of the application form must still be sent to the Police.”
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