Premises licence: current applications
Licensing Act 2003 Applications
new - MRH Whetstone, 1182-1202 High Road, Whetstone, London,N20 0LH licenceapplication19122018 - last date for representations extended to 5th February 2019
new - Django Restaurant - Cafe, Scratchwood Open Space, Barnet Way, London, NW7 3AW licenceapplication24122018
variation - Klub Extreme, The Refectory, 911 Finchley Road, London, NW11 7PE variationapplication31122018
new - Angarki Convenience Store, 34 High Road, N2 9PJ licenceapplication11012019
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, public safety, the prevention of public nuisance
Summary of the Review:
Over a period of approximately 2 years, The management of Watling wines have shown themselves to be one of the main contributors of Anti-Social Behaviour in the Burnt Oak area. The poor practices and running of the store are having a significant negative impact on the local community.
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 4th February 2019.
Gambling Act 2005 Applications
No applications at present