LICENCING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR LICENCENotice ID: SUT1828414
LICENCING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR LICENCE
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT
(a) Full name of applicant: Erlka Horvat
HAS APPLIED TO THE LONDON BOROUGH OF HOUNSLOW FOR
(b) Provide a brief summary of the application setting out the proposed licensable activities: A new premises licence application for the sale of alcohol by retail to be consumed off the premises between the hours of Monday-Sunday: 08:00am-23:00pm.
FOR THE PREMISES
(c) Name and address of premises: Romanian Shop, 277 Staines Road Hounslow TW3 3JJ
APPLICATION HAS ALSO BEEN MADE FOR THE FOLLOWING OPENING HOURS:
ANYONE WISHING TO MAKE REPRESENTATIONS TO THIS APPLICATION MUST GIVE NOTICE IN WRITING VIA EMAIL TO:
epresentations will still be accepted via post, however there could be a delay In us receiving them within the limited 28-day time period. Late date for representations being 17 September 2020 Community Enforcement & Regulatory Services - Licensing London Borough of Hounslow Hounslow House 7 Bath Road Hounslow TW3 3EB. To view the application please go to:
Within 28 days of the date of this notice specifying the grounds of your representation. Should any representations be received, members of the Licensing Committee will determine the application. Any person who has made representation will be invited to attend the hearing, although all valid representations will be read and taken into consideration in the determination process. The Council are required to copy all representations received in full (name & addresses) to the applicant. This notice must be completed and displayed for a period of no less than 28 consecutive days starting on the day following the date of submission of the application to the Licensing Authority. It must be exhibited prominently at or on the premises where any person outside of the premises can easily read it. It Is an offence 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 the offence Is £5000.