Jo Soar



Jo Soar

Associate, Licensing

Jo has over 26 years experience in Licensing, across both the public and private sectors. She has been accredited as a contributor to Pattersons Licensing Law 2012 and has recently delivered training on behalf of the Home Office. Jo is a member of the Institute of Licensing and holds one of the highest pass rates for the NCPLH qualification.

Jo covers the following work areas:

  • Specialist in alcohol and entertainment licensing law with many years experience
  • Acting for national pub companies to independent clients providing friendly professional advice
  • BIIAB Nominated Tutor for licensing training courses including the NCPLH
  • Premises Licences
  • Personal Licences
  • Club Premises Certificates
  • Temporary Events Notices
  • Regulatory Matters
  • Reviews
  • Smoking Policies

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The National Franchise Exhibition 2016 Survey

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Case study: Incoming Franchisors

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