The renewal deadline for all liquor licence holders, including those with music and dancing licences, is Friday, 10 August, according to the Liquor Licensing Office.
Licensees should have their premises inspected, and should submit inspection reports with renewal applications before the 10 August deadline.
In late June, Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush indicated that liquor licence fees will increase in order to raise revenue for the 2012/2013 budget. At the time, he said fee changes will occur before the end of August.
Liquor licence fees range from $1,000 to $4,800 per year, depending on the nature and size of the business.
Music and dancing licences are $500 per year.
As of September 2011, Grand Cayman had 361 active or provisional liquor licences, compared with 343 licences in September 2009.
Contact Marva Scott at 244-3168 for more information.