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LICENSING ACT 2003 - PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION

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Notice effective from
27th November 2014, 00:51 to 27th December 2014, 00:51

LICENSING ACT 2003

PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION

APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE -

NEW GRANT

An application has been made to Wiltshire Council on the 21 November 2014.

Name of Applicant: YORK HOGROAST LIMITED

Postal Address of Premises: 4 Butcher Row, Salisbury, SP1 1EP

The application is for a Premises Licence in respect of the above premises for the provision of Late Night Refreshment, in order to extend the hours when hot food and refreshments may be sold from these premises between the hours of 23.00 and 02.00 (11pm and 2am) as follows:

Licensable Activities                               Opening Hours

Day                From                   To                   From                  To
Monday          -                          -                     10.00 (10am)     18.00 (6pm)
Tuesday          -                          -                     10.00 (10am)     18.00 (6pm)
Wednesday     -                          -                     10.00 (10am)     18.00 (6pm)
Thursday         -                          -                     10.00 (10am)     18.00 (6pm)
Friday             23.00(11pm)       02. 00(2am)    10.00 (10am)     02.00 (2am)
Saturday         23.00 (11pm)      02.00 (2am)    10.00 (10am)     02.00 (2am)
Sunday           23.00 (11pm)      02.00 (2am)    10.00 (10am)     02.00 (2am)

The application may be inspected in full at Wiltshire Council, Licensing Section, Public Protection Services and Licensing, Bourne Hill, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 3UZ (the licensing authority). The application can be viewed by prior appointment.

Any representations by a responsible authority or interested party must be made in writing to the licensing authority detailed above within 28 days of the application date.

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

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