Sister Islands’ Liquor Licence Holders Receive New Year’s Extension

Sister Islands’ Liquor Licence Holders Receive New Year’s Extension

Grand Cayman, 12 December 2023 The Liquor Licensing Board recently decided that hotels, restaurants, and retail license holders will be permitted to sell liquor and play music until 2:00 am on Monday, 1 January 2024. In accordance with Section 11(8) of the Liquor...
Liquor Licence Holders to Receive New Year’s Extension

Liquor Licence Holders to Receive New Year’s Extension

At a recent meeting, the Liquor Licensing Board decided that bars, restaurants, nightclubs and hotels will be permitted to sell liquor and play music until 4:00 a.m. on the morning of Monday, 1 January 2024.   Licensees are advised that the last serving of...
Liquor Licence Holders to Receive New Year’s Extension

Summer Deadline Approaches for Expiring Liquor Licence Holders

Applications will be heard at the Grand Cayman Liquor Licensing Board’s annual meeting on 1 September. Renewals can be submitted online or in person, along with the relevant fees, at DCI’s counter on the first floor of the Government Administration...
New LCCL Application Requirements Announced

New LCCL Application Requirements Announced

This new measure has been implemented to augment the existing requirement to advertise the investment opportunity in a local newspaper, and both are a prerequisite following which, the Trade and Business Licensing Board will process an application for a Local...
DCI Reminds Tobacco Licence Holders to Renew Certificate of Registration

DCI Reminds Tobacco Licence Holders to Renew Certificate of Registration

Annual registration renewal fees are CI$500 for a retailer, CI$750 for a cigar bar and CI$5,000 for a wholesale distributor.   Application submissions for Grand Cayman licence holders must be done at the Department of Commerce and Investment (DCI) Business...