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Premises licence: current applications

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Licensing Act 2003 Applications

new - NW7hub at the Library Building, Hartley Avenue, London NW7 2HX licenceapplication16082018 - due to a change in application, the new last date is 10th October 2018

 new - Pita, 102 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 8HB Licencingapplication31082018

new - Costcutter, 92 – 94 Watling Avenue, London, HA8 0LULicencingapplication03092018

variation - The Forum, First Floor, New Students Centre Building, Hendon Campus, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT Variationapplication23082018


Review of Premises Licence

We have accepted an application made by PC Kirby Beresford on behalf of the Metropolitan Police, 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 Beresford states the following in his application:

  • The premises licence holder for Euro express, 23 Queens Parade, 22 Friern Barnet Road, London, N11 3DA is failing to promote the licensing objective, prevention of crime and disorder. On Thursday 16th August 2018 the Barnet Police licensing team along with HMRC and trading standards conducted a joint operation in the N11 area. The premises was found to have a quantity(detailed below) of alcohol and tobacco on the premise that was suspected to be non-UK duty paid (smuggled) therefore a breach of section 112 of the customs and excise management act 1979 and S144 of the licensing act 2003 which makes it an offence to store non duty paid goods. one of the staff members was also arrested and later received a police caution for handling stolen goods as stolen alcohol was found behind the till area.

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 25th September 2018

Gambling Act 2005 Applications

No applications at present

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