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Licensing Act 2003 Public Notice of Application for New Premises Licence New Premises Licence

Notice ID: WAT0057398

Notice effective from
23rd November 2016 to 23rd December 2016

Licensing Act 2003 Public Notice of Application for New Premises Licence New Premises Licence
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT Pearsons (Enfield) Ltd has applied to the London Borough of Enfield for a new premises licence as follows: Sale of alcohol to include seasonal gift sets such as mulled wine, craft beers, speciality spirits and liqueurs, and sparkling wine. Proposed hours of opening are Monday to Saturday 08.00 to 21.00 and Sundays 11.00 to 17.00 at PEARSONS (ENFIELD) LTD 11-14 THE TOWN, ENFIELD, EN26U
Pearsons (Enfield) Ltd has applied to the London Borough of Enfield for a new premises licence as follows: Sale of alcohol to include seasonal gift sets such as mulled wine, craft beers, speciality spirits and liqueurs, and sparkling wine. Proposed hours of opening are Monday to Saturday 08.00 to 21.00 and Sundays 11.00 to 17.00 at
Persons living or involved in a business in the vicinity of the premises or bodies representing them who wish to make a representation against the application, must do so by specifying the grounds of their representation by email to licensino@enfield.oov.uk or in writing to the Licensing Team, PO Box 57, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield EM 3XH WITHIN TWENTY EIGHT DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE APPLICATION MADE ON IB? NOVEMBER 2016.
WITHIN TWENTY EIGHT DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE APPLICATION MADE ON IB? NOVEMBER 2016.
Petitions shall state on each page, the grounds for representation and notice to signatories that the petition will be copied to the applicant, each page must be dated and signatories must print their full name and address.
On the day after the application is made a completed notice must be exhibited on a conspicuous part of the premises where it can easily be seen and read by persons in the street, 24 hours a day. That notice must be kept exhibited for not less than 28 consecutive days. It is an offence to make a false statement in connection with an application and a person guilty of an offence is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level five on the standard scale. The application is posted on the Council's website www.enfield.oov.uk under Licensing (L)

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