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Apply to vary your premises licence
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Application for minor variation
Licensing Act 2003 - Licensing Applications Received
Last Date of objection
|Variation of Premises||Pizza Go Go||184 Kingston Road, Ewell, KT19 0SF||11 March 2020|
|Grant of Premises Licence||El Patio Tapas Bar||1 The Derby Square, Epsom, KT18 8AG||15 March 2020|
|Variation of Premises||Odeon Cinemas Ltd||14B -18 Upper High Street, Epsom, KT17 3QJ||11 March 2020|
All New and Variation applications received by the Local Authority for a Premises or Club Certificate, must be advertised in order for Responsible Authorities and Other Persons to make representations during the 28 day consultation period.
Full details of these applications and the Licensing Registers can be inspected at the Town Hall, between the hours of 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday (Excluding Public Holidays), by Appointment.
Any representations made against a licensing application must be on the grounds that the granting of the licence would undermine one or more of the four licensing objectives listed below:
- Protection of children from harm
- Prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- Prevention of public nuisance.
The representation must be based on evidence that you are already suffering from nuisance from the premises. It is important that you give valid reasons and supportive evidence that links directly to the premises in question, to help support your representation.
For guidance on how to make a representation, please see the leaflet “How to Make a Representation” or contact the Licensing Department: