Sorry, this continues. Do you need me to open a new question on this? Below is her response. Please advise me.
I have had a good look at The Licensing Act 2003 and as I said yesterday there is no need for you to worry it is the licence holder who cannot hold a licence if declared bankrupt rather than the DPS, Squire Hotels are the licence holders. See paragraph below. The only time that a Personal Licence can be revoked is if you commit a relevant offence. I can let you have a complete list of relevant offences if you like but I think it unlikely that you will commit any of the offences any time soon.
Licensing Act 2003
Duration of licence
26 Period of validity of premises licence
(1) Subject to sections 27 and 28, a premises licence has effect until such time as—
(a) it is revoked under section 52, or
(b) if it specifies that it has effect for a limited period, that period expires.
(2) But a premises licence does not have effect during any period when it is
suspended under section 52.
27 Death, incapacity, insolvency etc. of licence holder