LICENSING ACT 2003 -NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCENotice ID: WAT1819128
LICENSING ACT 2003 -NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE
Notice is hereby given that Tottenham Hotspur Limited has applied to the Licensing Authority of London Borough of Enfield for a Premises Licence to permit the Sale of Alcohol by retail ("off-sales" only; through a warehouse operation) between 00:01 and 24:00 daily* for the Premises known as The Warehouse, Unit 3, situated at Ponders End Industrial Estate, Ponders End, Enfield EN3 7SR. 'Please note: To cover an on-line (flexible) operation (whereby orders may be made at any time/on any day) and to cover periods when sales of branded products (alcohol and non-alcoholic) are very busy, a 24 hour licence is sought. Bespoke conditions have been offered to support this Application to meet the four Licensing Objectives. The current, typical, warehouse operating hours are 06:00 to 19:00 daily. The public register, where applications can be viewed by members of the public, can be accessed online at
services/business-and-licensing/ and following the link to the Licensing Register. Emaillicensing@enfield.gov.uk
to request a copy of the application within 28 days from the date of this notice. Any person wishing to submit relevant representations concerning this application must give notice by email@example.com
, giving in detail the grounds of the representation no later than: 9 September 2020 (the application having been given on 12 August 2020). Representations received by post will not be accepted during the Covid-19 emergency period. The Council will not entertain representations where the writer requests that his identity remains anonymous. Copies of all representations will be included in the papers presented to the Licensing Authorities Sub Committee and will therefore pass into the public domain. Representations must relate to one or more of the four Licensing Objectives: the prevention of crime and disorder, public safety, the prevention of public nuisance and the protection of children from harm. 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 for a premises licence. A person guilty of an offence is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level five on the standard scale.