CPL Training to offer new licence application service

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'Seamless service': CPL Training and TLT will work together to provide a range of legal and licensing services to small and medium sized operators
'Seamless service': CPL Training and TLT will work together to provide a range of legal and licensing services to small and medium sized operators
Hospitality training and development company, CPL Training, will offer a new premises licence application service in partnership with UK law firm TLT.

The package will provide small and medium-sized operators with tailored access to one of the top licensing firms in the UK, which already provides services to a host of hospitality businesses including Greene King, New World Trading Company, Ministry of Sound and Las Iguanas.

Under the agreement, TLT will deliver services such as applications for new premises licences (including attendance at hearings), minor and major variations, reviews, appeals and interviews under caution, on behalf of CPL Training.

CPL Training head of licensing Paul Chase, commented: “We are delighted that leading licensing law firm TLT has agreed to make the full range of premises licence applications on our behalf.

“As part of the agreement, TLT is embedding an experienced licensing practitioner at our Birkenhead offices to ensure a seamless service can be provided for our clients.

“Our new package and relationship with TLT will enhance the professionalism of our licensing services and make expert advice more accessible to small and medium-sized operators."

Partner and head of TLT's licensing team in England and Wales, Matthew Phipps, added: "Licensing is crucial to running a successful hospitality or retail business, but is often challenging to navigate, especially as the industry adapts to changing market conditions and new regulations.

“We have built one of the leading licensing practices in the UK and are pleased to be working with CPL Training to offer its clients this invaluable and comprehensive service."

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