APPLICATION FOR A VARIATION OF A PREMISES LICENCE

PUBLISHED: 16:20 15 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:20 15 May 2018

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Licensing Act 2003 The Welwyn Garden City BID Ltd of do John Lewis, Park House, Bridge Road, Welwyn Garden City, Herts, AL8 6TP applied to the Licensing Authority, Welwyn Hatfield Council, on 8th May 2018 for a Premises Licence for Welwyn Garden City Town Centre with these proposed relevant licensable activities.

The proposal requests extended times for Plays, Live and Recorded Music and Performance of Dance. The provision of Films, Indoor Sporting Events, Boxing or Wrestling Entertainment and Supply of Alcohol for on and off the premises.

No other changes are applied for other than those listed above.

If you wish to object to this application, you must write to The Licensing Authority Welwyn Hatfield Council, Licensing Office, Campus East, Welwyn Garden city, Hertfordshire AL8 6AE. Your representation must be received by 5th June 2018. You may inspect the application at the Licensing Authority address above between the hours of 09.00hrs and 17.00hrs Monday to Friday or on the website www.welhat.gov.uk.

Representations shall be made in writing.

It is an offence for anyone knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with a licensing application, the maximum fine for which is unlimited.

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