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Notice of application to vary a premises licence

COPELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL

              

            LICENSING ACT 2003

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE

 

Premises

Name and Full postal address

ROC BAR

TANGIER STREET

WHITEHAVEN

CUMBRIA

 

 

Notice is given that Andrew John Conoley has applied to Copeland Borough Council Licensing Authority to vary the Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003.

The proposed variation is:

Describe the proposed variation.

  1. 1.          The sale of alcohol - Friday, Saturday, the Sunday preceding a Bank Holiday Monday, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day: 11.00 to 03.00.
  2. 2.          Regulated entertainment – Friday, Saturday, the Sunday preceding a Bank Holiday Monday, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day: 11.00 to 03.00.
  3. 3.          Hours Premises are open to the public - Friday, Saturday, the Sunday preceding a Bank Holiday Monday, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day: 11.00 to 03.30.
  4. 4.          To remove the exhibition of films and the provision of late night refreshment from the Premises Licence.
  5. 5.          To increase the maximum number of persons allowed on the premises to 200.

 

 

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to: Clinton Boyce, Legal Services Manager, Corporate Resources Department, Copeland Borough Council, The Copeland Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven, Cumbria, CA28 7SJ. Representations must be received no later than 8th November, 2013.

 

The Application Record and Register may be viewed during normal office hours at the above address

 

It is an offence under Section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003, knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is up to level 5 on the standard scale (£5,000)

 

Published: 14 October 2013 - 3:39pm