The District Council website shows a “Notice of Application for Review of Premises Licence” for two places – the Travellers Joy pub in Rayleigh, and Lords Golf Club. LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice of Application for Review of Premises Licence ? Section 51 The Licensing Authority, Rochford District Council, hereby gives […]
The District Council’s Licensing Sub-Committee meets on June 11th at 10 am at the Civic Suite in Rayleigh. It will consider : …..the report of the Head of Environmental Services which asks Members to consider an application for a review of a premises licence with respect to Rochford Premier Stores, […]
The Rayleigh Kebab House has applied to alter its premises license so it can stay open an extra house on Friday and Saturday nights – from 0230 hrs to 0330 hrs (on the following morning)
See the District Council’s article here on under-age sales of alcohol at The Local, 132 London Road Rayleigh and The Local, 1 Broad Parade, Hockley.
If you are a fan of EastEnders you’ll know that Peggy Mitchell is standing for the council there- as an independent. (Click here for the lastest trailer). This has prompted Norfolk Lib Dem Nic Starling to write a piece about the inaccuracies in how the show is covering this. For […]
From the Evening Standard this week PUBS are being told to “spy” on customers with CCTV, it emerged today. Pub owners who have applied for a licence both in Islington and Richmond have been warned that they must first install cameras. Publicans also have to promise to hand over to […]
For ease of finding it’s worth repeating what the District Council helpfully told us in a comment on Thursday: As a result of the objections received in respect of this application, a Licensing Hearing is to take place at 10AM on 03/02/2009 at the Civic Suite in Rayleigh.
The school council of St Nicholas Primary School , Rawreth, have sent in a written objection to the Asda 24-hour alcohol sales license application. However we understand that so far the letter has been rejected by the District Council for various legal reasons….
Chris Black is out today delivering leaflets in the Priory Chase area….
According to the Echo: A SUPERMARKET has rid its shelves of six brands of alcopops and is introducing a strict new ID policy in a bid to stamp out the scourge of binge drinking among teenagers. Asda at the Eastgate Centre in Basildon is one of the first Asda stores […]
We know that some onlinefocus readers are very interested in licensing issues, so here’ s something they might like to look at: District Councillors have just received the minutes of the Licensing Sub-Committee meeting which met on November 30th last year. The sub-committee on this occasion consisted of three councillors […]