Hackney consultation about licensing policy by site administrator Every five years, local authorities are supposed to consult local residents and businesses about their licensing policy and Hackney is in the midst of doing this right now. The deadline for making your voice known is August 14th. And further information can be found here. In the last … More Licencing policy consultation
n application has been made for a premises license for 43-45 Kingsland High Street for a ‘variation of premises licence to change the sale of alcohol to be for consumption on and off the premises, to change the layout of the premises, to replace all existing conditions with new conditions and to provide recorded music … More Dalston Cross on new premises licence
Hackney’s new licensing policy (which was discussed at a joint Dalston/Shacklewell Ward Forum Meeting last week) is also being considered at the Living in Hackney Scrutiny meeting to be held at 7pm Thursday 9 July Room 101 Hackney Town Hall This is a public meeting which local residents can attend.
Hackney Council has launched a consultation about the future of licensing policy in the borough. The proposals include extending the Shoreditch SPA to the south (to the borough boundaries) and west (to include the Old Street roundabout) and to ‘relax’ the recently introduced Dalston SPA with new ‘acceptable’ hours for restaurants, theatres and cinemas in … More Rio Cross on Licencing Policy
Dear Hackney Business Hackney Council wants your views on its Licensing Policy proposals and we would like you to participate in the consultation. We love the night-time economy – both as part of the rich cultural fabric of Hackney but also as a valued local employer and contributor to community safety via the Voluntary Night-time … More Hackney Council wants your views on its Licensing Policy proposals
Alcohol license for Skylarking Cafe by site administrator An application has been made for ‘a premises licence to allow supply of alcohol from 12:00 to 23:00 Mon to Sun’ for the Skylarking Cafe, at 52 Boleyn Road (on the corner with Bradbury Street). Bradbury Street already has a large number of premises selling alcohol to the … More a premises licence to allow supply of alcohol from 12:00 to 23:00 Mon to Sun’ for the Skylarking Cafe, at 52 Boleyn Road
From Rio Cross Residents’ Association Brewdog Bars were recently granted a license to open a bar at 92-100 Stoke Newington Road, in the premises occupied by Beyond Retro. As predicted at the time by the Rio Cross Residents Association, who objected to the original license, they have now applied for a variation of their premises … More Brewdog Bar wants to increase floorspace
Another Club in Gillet Square An application has been submitted by Mr Byron for ‘a premises licence for plays and films from 12:00 to 22:45 Mon to Thur, 12:00 to 23:00 Fri and Sat and from 12:00 to 22:00 Sun and performance of dance and supply of alcohol from 10:00 to 22:45 Mon to Thur, … More Another Club in Gillet Square – From the Rio Cross Residents Association