Clause 1 is the Title clause.
Clause 2 provides that the Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.
Clause 3 provides that the Act amends the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 (the principal Act).
Clause 4 amends section 28 of the principal Act. The purpose of the amendment is to clarify that a company within the meaning of the Companies Act 1993 can hold an on-licence, off-licence, or special licence. The proviso is that a company must not be prevented from doing so by a restriction in its constitution (if any) from selling alcohol or holding a licence under the principal Act.
Clause 5 amends section 114 of the principal Act to allow for the display or promotion of, or the advertisement for, low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beer, wine, or mead within an alcohol area. Low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beer, wine, or mead is defined in new section 114(5)(d). It is a product that is specified in section 58(1)(a) to (d) but that is not alcohol as defined in section 5(1).