Registration as a place of refreshment
If you have, or are planning to open a place of refreshment, you may need to register for a licence under the Places of Refreshment (Jersey) Law 1967.
A place of refreshment can be:
a snack bar
a tea shop
any other place which sells meals or refreshments
You do not need to register if you:
sell only ice cream and non-alcoholic drinks
already have a licence issued under the Licensing (Jersey) Law 1974
are registered under the Tourism (Jersey) Law 1948
are part of a school serving refreshments to teachers and pupils only
are part of a workplace serving refreshments to employees only
Apply for a licence
Places of Refreshment (Jersey) Law 1967 on Jersey Law website
Email the Hospitality and Leisure Manager
Annual renewal and fees
You must renew your registration every year and a notification will
be sent when your renewal is due.
The fee is £90 (until 31 December 2017) and is reviewed annually.
Other registrations or inspections required
When your application is received, the Fire and Rescue Service and Environmental Health will be notified.
If you are opening a place of refreshment you must also make contact with these two departments.
Your licence will be issued subject to approval by the Fire and Rescue Service and Environmental Health.
Jersey Fire and Rescue Service
As part of the registration process you may need an inspection by the Jersey Fire and Rescue Service.
You must make a formal application to have your premises inspected. The cost of the inspection is set out in the application form.
Application form for an inspection of a place of refreshment
Email the Jersey Fire and Rescue Service
As part of the registration process under the Places of Refreshment (Jersey) Law 1967, your premises will be inspected by Environmental Health.
Additionally, you must also register your business with Environmental Health under the Food (Registration of Premises) (Jersey) Order.
Food premises registration form
Email the Environmental Health Team