Most Read Contributor in Cayman Islands, September 2016
Liquor licence holders who are planning events, and who
therefore want to extend the operating hours of licensed premises,
are reminded to submit their requests in writing to the Liquor
Licensing Board no fewer than seven business days prior to the
Letters can be submitted to the board via email, to email@example.com; or via the
Business Licensing Counter, located on the first floor of the
Government Administration Building, between 9am to 4pm, Mondays to
Board Chairman Campbell Law said the reminder will help licence
holders to receive timely decisions, which will help them with
their event planning.
'When requests are submitted too close to the desired event
dates, there isn't sufficient time to notify all related
parties and Government departments, and this causes delays in
making and communicating decisions to applicants', he
The Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) provides
administrative and compliance support for the Liquor Licensing
Board. As such, DCI trade officers will visit premises with
extended-hour grants, to ensure compliance with grant
For more information, contact the Liquor Licensing Board's
Executive Secretary Marva Scott on 244-3168. Persons also may
submit written correspondence to the Chairman, Liquor Licensing
Board, Ministry of Financial Services, Commerce and Environment,
Government Administration Building, Box 126, Grand Cayman,
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