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Premises licence: current applications

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Licensing Act 2003 Applications

 

Review of Premises Licence

 

Review – After Party, 232 West Hendon Broadway, London, NW9 7ED

We have received a closure order from Willesden Magistrate Court for the above premises. Under S167 of the Licensing Act 2003 a premises licence review is triggered where a Magistrates Court has made a Closure Order under section 80 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Policing and Crime Act 2014.

Written representations, either for or against the application, can be made to me by interested parties.  That is people living or working in the vicinity, (which we interpret as close enough to be affected personally), bodies representing interested parties, or by the statutory responsible authorities.  To be relevant, a representation must address the likely effect of the licence on one or more of the licensing objectives.  The last date for representations is the 12th July 2018.

We have accepted an application made by PC Francesca Downes on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Force, under section 53 of the Licensing Act 2003 for a review of an existing licence.  In summary, the grounds for review are on the basis of the prevention of crime and disorder. PC Downes states the following in her application:

  • The premises licence holder for Best One, 76 High Street, Edgware, HA8 is failing to promote the licensing objective, prevention of crime and disorder. On 15th May 2018 the Barnet Police licensing team along with HMRC and Trading Standards conducted a joint operation in the Edgware area. This premises was found to have a quantity (detailed below) of alcohol and tobacco on the premises that was suspected to be non-uk Duty paid (smuggled) therefore in breach section 112 of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979. This is the second seizure of suspected non duty paid goods - the first being November 2017,

Written representations, either for or against the application, can be made to me by interested parties.  That is people living or working in the vicinity, (which we interpret as close enough to be affected personally), bodies representing interested parties, or by the statutory responsible authorities.  To be relevant, a representation must address the likely effect of the licence on one or more of the licensing objectives.  The last date for representations is the 12th July 2018.

 

Review – Crazy Corner Shop, 34 High Road, London, N2 9PJ

We have accepted an application made by Jack Dowler on behalf of the London Borough of Barnet Trading Standards Team, under section 53 of the Licensing Act 2003 for a review of an existing licence.  In summary, the grounds for review are on the basis of the prevention of crime and disorder. Mr Dowler states the following in his application:

  • The premises has been subject to three test purchases by the Police and Trading Standards and have failed every time. This seriously undermines the licensing objective of the protection of children from ham.

Written representations, either for or against the application, can be made to me by interested parties.  That is people living or working in the vicinity, (which we interpret as close enough to be affected personally), bodies representing interested parties, or by the statutory responsible authorities.  To be relevant, a representation must address the likely effect of the licence on one or more of the licensing objectives.  The last date for representations is the 1st of August 2018.

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