Licensing Public Notices

Applications for licences are listed below:

Licensing issues

Report a licence issue to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk

REPORT A LICENCE ISSUE

   

Feast Hatfield

Our Reference: WK/221014283

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Julie Horseman

Location: 7 High Street, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6RS

Date Published: 08 September 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Live Music

Location

Indoor

 

From

To

Monday

 

 

Tuesday

 

 

Wednesday

 

 

Thursday

 

 

Friday

19:00

22:30

Saturday

14:00

22:30

Sunday

14:00

22:30

Activity

Recorded Music

Location

Indoors

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

23:00

Tuesday

09:00

23:00

Wednesday

09:00

23:00

Thursday

09:00

23:00

Friday

09:00

23:00

Saturday

09:00

23:00

Sunday

09:00

23:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On only)

Location

Licensed area: see plan

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

23:00

Tuesday

10:00

23:00

Wednesday

10:00

23:00

Thursday

10:00

23:00

Friday

10:00

23:00

Saturday

10:00

23:00

Sunday

10:00

23:00

Activity

Opening Hours

Location

Whole of premises

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

23:30

Tuesday

09:00

23:30

Wednesday

09:00

23:30

Thursday

09:00

23:30

Friday

09:00

23:30

Saturday

09:00

23:30

Sunday

09:00

23:30

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

  1. a) General- all four objectives (b,c,d and e)

All four objectives will be actively promoted. Responsible drinking will be encouraged and a wide variety of soft drink and non alcoholic alternatives will always be available. We will operate a strict policy for who is allowed to serve alcohol and they will be fully trained to ensure they meet with all licensing criteria but also weighs and measures.

 

  1. b) the prevention of crime and disorder

        This establishment promotes a family environment operating a wide food menu including a children's menu and proof of age for those under 25.

We will actively discourage a drinking environment and binge drinking at any nature. We will not encourage drinking via any promotions on alcohol and will promote ourselves as a restaurant rather than drinking destination

 

c)Public safety

Only personnel with correct permissions will serve alcohol

There will be in conjunction with Challenge 25.

There will be always be free water available whilst the establishment is open.

A fire safety plan has been drawn up and there are good , clear exits to the front and rear of the building

Regular checks including PAT testing, fire alarms and extinguishers will be done with certification available.

The venue seats 40 people comfortable and all care will be taken to ensure and there is no over crowding

 

  1. d) The prevention of public nuisance

Behind the business is a small close with several houses and apartments, therefore all precautions will be taken to ensure that any residents are not disturbed by loud music or noise when people are leaving.

We will ensure that anybody leaving does so via the front door and observes the notices in place regarding leaving quietly. This will be supervised

 

e)The protection of children from harm

From opening until 3 pm, we encourage families for breakfast, brunch and lunch and promote a family environment.

We also promote this up until 9pm when children can remain on the premises as long as they are eating with their family and with adults over 18 years of age

They will not be served alcohol or be allowed to attend the bar for alcoholic drinks for themselves or anybody else. Proof of age required for anybody who appears to be under the age of 25 attempting to be served alcohol and this will be promoted with internal signage.

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 14th October 2021

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents

 

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Bentley FC

Our Reference: WK/221015433

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: John Lambert

Location: Football Ground, The Avenue, Bentley, Doncaster, DN5 0NP

Date Published: 16 September 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On/Off),,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

23:00

Tuesday

11:00

23:00

Wednesday

11:00

23:00

Thursday

11:00

23:00

Friday

11:00

23:00

Saturday

11:00

23:00

Sunday

11:00

23:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

23:20

Tuesday

11:00

23:20

Wednesday

11:00

23:20

Thursday

11:00

23:20

Friday

11:00

23:20

Saturday

11:00

23:20

Sunday

11:00

23:20

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

  1. a) General – all four licensing objectives (b,c,d,e)
  2. b) The prevention of crime and disorder

The Challenge 25 scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records.

It is considered that for the nature of the operation door supervisors will not be required however, a risk assessment will be

undertaken should unusual events takes place and if they consider it appropriate will employ the same. Where engaged,

door staff shall be licensed by the SIA.

A CCTV system to the specification of South Yorkshire Police will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the

premises are open. The CCTV images will be stored for 30 days, police and authorised officers of the council will be given

access to images for purposes in connection with the prevention and detection of crime and disorder. Members of the

management team will be trained in the use of the system.

It is considered that for the nature of the operation plastic/polycarbonate drinking vessels will not be required however, a

risk assessment will be undertaken should unusual events takes place and management deem it necessary.

The premises will maintain a register of refusals and incidents. Such records will be kept and made available for inspection

of the authorities Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies, and operating procedures

including evacuation procedures Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of the authorities

Public safety

All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and will be made available for inspection for officers or

relevant statutory bodies.

An adequate and appropriate supply of first aid equipment will be available on the premises.

Fire safety measures provided on the premises will be maintained in good working order and their adequacy will be

determined on a regular basis

All staff will be trained in relation to emergency and general safety procedures.

The prevention of public nuisance

Clear and legible notices shall be displayed at exits requesting the public respect the needs of local residents and to leave

the premises and area quietly.

A designated member of staff will take a proactive approach to noise control, checking outside the premise to ensure that

noise is kept to a reasonable level and manage noise levels internally so as not to cause nuisance)

The protection of children from harm

Challenge 25 will be implemented

A refusals book will be maintained

Staff will be trained in relation to underage sales Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of

the authorities.

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1 Cherry Lane, Doncaster, DN5 8AG

Our Reference: WK/221015443

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Miss Rebecca Jane Murray

Location: 1 Cherry Lane, Doncaster, DN5 8AG

Date Published: 16 September 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On/Off),,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

23:00

Tuesday

10:00

23:00

Wednesday

10:00

23:00

Thursday

10:00

23:00

Friday

10:00

23:00

Saturday

10:00

23:00

Sunday

10:00

23:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

08:00

23:20

Tuesday

08:00

23:20

Wednesday

08:00

23:20

Thursday

08:00

23:20

Friday

08:00

23:20

Saturday

08:00

23:20

Sunday

08:00

23:20

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

  1. a) General – all four licensing objectives (b,c,d,e)
  2. b) The prevention of crime and disorder

The Challenge 25 scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records

A CCTV system to the specification of South Yorkshire Police will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the

premises are open. The CCTV images will be stored for 30 days, police and authorised officers of the council will be given

access to images for purposes in connection with the prevention and detection of crime and disorder. Members of the

management team will be trained in the use of the system.

It is considered that for the nature of the operation door supervisors will not be required however, a risk assessment will be

undertaken should unusual events takes place and if they consider it appropriate will employ the same. Where engaged,

door staff shall be licensed by the SIA.

Drinks may not be removed from the premises in open containers save for consumption in any external area provided for

that purpose. The premises will maintain a register of refusals and incidents. Such records will be kept and made available

for inspection of the authorities Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies, and

operating procedures including evacuation procedures Records of such training will be kept and made available for

inspection of the authorities

  1. c) Public safety

All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and will be made available for inspection officers or relevant

statutory bodies.

An adequate and appropriate supply of first aid equipment will be available on the premises.

Fire safety measures provided on the premises will be maintained in good working order and their adequacy will be

determined on a regular basis

All staff will be trained in relation to emergency and general safety procedures.

  1. d) The prevention of public nuisance

clear and legible notices shall be displayed at all exits requesting the public respect the needs of local residents and to leave

the premises and area quietly.

A designated member of staff will take a proactive approach to noise control, checking outside the premise to ensure that

noise is kept to a reasonable level and manage noise levels internally so as not to cause nuisance

  1. e) The protection of children from harm

Challenge 25 will be implemented

A refusals book will be maintained

Staff will be trained in relation to underage sales Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of

the authorities.

Persons under the age of 18 years must be off the premises by 21:00 hours unless accompanied by an adult or attending a pre booked family type function / event.

 

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Taco Bell, Thorne Retail Park

Our Reference: WK/221015307

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Northgate Fast Food Ltd

Location: Taco Bell, Thorne Retail Park, Delves Court, Thorne, Doncaster DN8 5UG

Date Published: 16 September 2021

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Late Night Refreshment

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

02:00

Tuesday

23:00

02:00

Wednesday

23:00

02:00

Thursday

23:00

02:00

Friday

23:00

02:00

Saturday

23:00

02:00

Sunday

23:00

02:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On/Off),Opening Hours

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:00

Tuesday

10:00

02:00

Wednesday

10:00

02:00

Thursday

10:00

02:00

Friday

10:00

02:00

Saturday

10:00

02:00

Sunday

10:00

02:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

New years eve - 10:00 to terminal hour proposed

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

THE PREVENTION OF CRIME AND DISORDER

-           The use of door staff will be risk assessed on an ongoing basis by the licence holder of premises supervisor. Where engaged, door staff shall be licensed by the Security Industry Authority

-           Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies and operating procedures

-           There shall be a zero tolerance policy in relation to drugs at the premises and there shall be regular checks by management to prevent the use of drugs by patrons. Drugs seized shall be stored securely and handed to the police.

-           The premises shall operate a proof of age scheme and will require photographic identification from any person who appears to be under the age of 21 years (Challenge 21)

-           The management of the premises will liaise with police on issues of local concern or disorder

-           CCTV will be installed with recording facilities such recordings shall be retained for a period of 31 days and made available within a reasonable time upon request by the police, such as to cover main entrance to the premises

-           There shall be no drinks promotions at the premises which are inconsistent with the need to promote responsible drinking

 

PUBLIC SAFETY

-           To comply with the reasonable requirements of the fire officer from time to time

-           The premises will have adequate safety and fire fighting equipment and such equipment will be maintained in good operational order

-           Staff will be trained on matters of safety, evacuation and use of emergency equipment as required

-           Spillages and breakages will be removed as soon as possible to reduce the risk to patrons and staff

-           Toughened glasses will be used in the premises where appropriate

-           Fire exits and means of escape shall be kept clear and in good operational condition

 

THE PREVENTION OF PUBLIC NUISANCE

No further risks have been identified which need to be addressed, save as below

-           Prominent, clear and legible notices shall be displayed at all exits requesting the public to respect the needs of local residents and to leave the premises and area quietly

-           Patrons will be encouraged by staff to leave quietly and respect the interests of the occupiers of any nearby noise sensitive premises, where appropriate the licensee or a suitable staff member will monitor patrons leaving at the closing time

-           Noise or vibration shall not emanate from the premises so as to cause a nuisance to nearby properties

-           Contact numbers for local taxi firms shall be kept at the premises and made available to patrons requiring a taxi

 

THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM HARM

-           The restrictions set out in the Licensing Act 2003 will apply. No unusual or additional risks of harm to children have been identified

-           No films or videos of any description will be shown so that they can be viewed by persons under the age of any applicable BBFC/Local Authority certification

-           There shall be adequate controls in place including staff training to safeguard against the sale of alcohol to persons under 18 years

-           The premises supervisor or appointed staff member shall ensure that when children are admitted to the premises their presence is not inconsistent with the style of operation of the premises at that time and the licensable activities that are being carried out

-           Policies in relation to children shall be adequately communicated to patrons by staff of through appropriate signage

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Representations must be received no later than 12/10/2021

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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Hooton Pagnell Hall

THE MARRIAGE ACT 1949 (as amended)

THE CIVIL PARTNERSHIPS ACT 2004

The Marriages and Civil Partnerships (Approved Premises) Regulations 2005, reg. 4 (as amended)

Notice of Application for approval of premises

Doncaster Council being the authority for the purposes of the Marriages and Civil Partnerships (Approved Premises) Regulations 2005, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that an application has been made by

Hooton Pagnell Hall Ltd

of

Hooton Pagnell Hall Ltd, Tower Cottage, Hooton Pagnell Estate, Doncaster, DN5 7BW

Being [the proprietor(s)] [(a) trustee(s)] of premises situated at and known as

Hooton Pagnell Hall, Hooton Pagnell Village Street, Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster, DN5 7BW

For approval of those premises for the solemnization of marriages in pursuance of section 26(1)(bb) of the Marriage Act 1949 and as a place at which two people may register as civil partners of each other in pursuance of section 6(3A)(a) of the Civil Partnerships Act 2004.

The application, together with a plan of the premises which accompanied it, may be inspected at

Doncaster Council, Licensing, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BU

Between the hours of 08.30 and 17.00, Monday to Friday.

Any person may give notice in writing of an objection to the grant of approval of such application, with reasons for the objection, within 21 days from the date of publication of the Doncaster Council webpage on which this notice appears.

Such notice of objection should be given to the authority at

Doncaster Council, Licensing, Civic Office, Waterdale, Doncaster DN1 3BU

 

Objections in writing should be received no later than 13/10/2021

Local Authority Reference Number: WK/221015438

 

 

Variation of Premises Star Shop, 76 East Laith Gate

Our Reference: WK/221016086

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Mr Pshtywan Wally Ali

Location: Star Shop, 76 East Laith Gate, Doncaster, DN1 1JD

Date Published: 23 September 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

whole of premises

 

From

To

Monday

05:00

04:00

Tuesday

05:00

04:00

Wednesday

05:00

04:00

Thursday

05:00

04:00

Friday

05:00

04:00

Saturday

05:00

04:00

Sunday

05:00

04:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (Off only),,,, , ,

Location

Licensed Area (See Plans)

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

04:00

Tuesday

09:00

04:00

Wednesday

09:00

04:00

Thursday

09:00

04:00

Friday

09:00

04:00

Saturday

09:00

04:00

Sunday

09:00

04:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

The Challenge 25 scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records.

Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales and operating procedures. Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection by the authorities on request.

No singular alcoholic drinks, including beer, lager & cider in cans will be sold; a minimum purchase of 4 will be required

No Beers, Lager or Cider with an ABV of 6.5% or above to be sold at these premises.

A CCTV system will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the premises are open. The CCTV images will be stored for 28 days and police and authorised officers of the council will be given access to images for purposes in connection with the prevention and detection of crime and disorder. Members of the management team will be trained in the use of the system.

Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales and operating procedures. Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of the authorities.

All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and will be made available for inspection officers or relevant statutory bodies.

An adequate and appropriate supply of first aid equipment will be available on the premises.

Fire safety measures provided on the premises will be maintained in good working order and their adequacy will be determined on a regular basis

All staff will be trained in relation to emergency and general safety procedures.

Customers are asked to respect the surrounding area and behave in an orderly manner.

Signs will be displayed to remind customers to leave quietly and act in an orderly manner.

Customers will be discouraged from congregating outside the premises

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 21/10/2021

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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McDonald's, Denaby Main 

Our Reference: WK/221016360

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: McDonald's Restaurants Limited

Location: Mcdonalds, Doncaster Road, Denaby Main, Doncaster, DN12 4JH

Date Published: 27 September 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Late Night Refreshment

Location

Indoors/Outdoors

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

05:00

Tuesday

23:00

05:00

Wednesday

23:00

05:00

Thursday

23:00

05:00

Friday

23:00

05:00

Saturday

23:00

05:00

Sunday

23:00

05:00

Activity

Opening Hours

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

05:00

05:00

Tuesday

05:00

05:00

Wednesday

05:00

05:00

Thursday

05:00

05:00

Friday

05:00

05:00

Saturday

05:00

05:00

Sunday

05:00

05:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

General – all four licensing objectives:

This restaurant understands that in extending our opening hours we have a duty to the local community and that we continue to protect our staff and customers from danger and harm. We believe that the systems we have in place are robust, thorough and will, as far as reasonably practicable, secure the promotion of the four licensing objectives. It should be noted that no McDonald's restaurant within the United Kingdom serves alcohol and further none of our drinks or food are served to customers in glass receptacles.

We are eager to work in partnership with all responsible authorities to ensure the promotion of the four licensing objectives. We also seek to work with the local communities, whom we serve, in achieving a successful cohesion between our business operations and our neighbours.

 

The prevention of crime and disorder:

This restaurant is keen to work in partnership with the local police service to prevent crime and disorder.

CCTV

McDonald's operates a robust CCTV Policy to ensure compliance with Data Protection Legislation and to assist the Police with the prevention and detection of crime. At all stores where CCTV is in operation appropriate signage reflecting this

information is displayed.

McDonald's operate digital motion activated CCTV systems where images are retained on a hard drive system. All CCTV equipment is of a standard suitable to record images of a proper quality, it meets the industry standard and has LGC Forensics or Kalagate Certification. As part of the digital system an alarm will sound if the equipment is faulty or not

recording, thereby alerting management for the need to intervene. The CCTV system is regularly serviced by qualified maintenance technicians. Access to the CCTV system will be provided to Police Officers at their request.

Staffsafe

A Staffsafe™ system with both audio and visual monitoring capability will be installed in the restaurant, this system, can be activated by either fixed or mobile panic buttons. Once activated the system links the restaurant to an external monitoring

centre capable of intervening to resolve crime and disorder issues and/or provide the appropriate advice or instruction to support and protect the restaurant's staff and customers. At this restaurant all shift managers have safety and security training; including Maybo SIA accredited Conflict Management Training.

 

Public Safety:

This restaurant is keen to work in partnership with the local Fire Service and Environmental Health Officer to ensure public

safety. This restaurant has safety systems in place to protect the safety of customers and staff at all times (such as Staffsafe). We work with the local Environmental Health Office and local Fire Service to ensure we are complying, as far as reasonably practicable, with relevant Health and Safety and Fire Safety Legislation. This restaurant is also subject to inspections from our own safety and security teams to ensure our systems are being maintained.

All of our restaurant staff receive comprehensive safety training to ensure that safe working methods are adopted and all staff are trained on the restaurant's evacuation procedure in the event of a fire or other dangerous occurrence.

This store operates a "No Open Alcohol Containers" policy to prevent persons carrying open alcohol into the in-store area.

 

The prevention of public nuisance:

Litter

McDonald's were the first company in our sector to introduce litter patrols in the early 1980's. McDonald's is committed to carry out litter patrols collecting both McDonald's packaging and any other litter that has been carelessly discarded. We are happy to act on recommendations from the Environmental Health Officer should they feel that we should extend our patrol to a nearby area, as far as this is reasonably practicable.

All of McDonald's packaging displays the "Bin It" symbol to encourage our customers to deal with their waste responsibly.

Further details regarding McDonald's commitment to reducing waste and litter nuisance can be found at the "Our World" section of the McDonald's website:

http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ourworld/environment/policy.shtml

Noise

Where it is practical to do so we are content to put measures in place to limit noise. All McDonald's restaurant doors are self-closing and we try to encourage our customers to be considerate to our neighbours and to limit noise both when ordering their food and on leaving the local area.

 

The protection of children from harm:

McDonald's do not anticipate that unaccompanied children will use the restaurant in the extended hour's period covered by this licensing application. We do however take their safety extremely seriously and will continue to employ the same practices to ensure that they are protected from harm at all times when visiting the restaurant.

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Representations must be received no later than 25/10/2021

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

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Variation - Doncaster Lawn Tennis Club, Saxton Avenue

Our Reference: WK/221016940

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: The Secretary

Location: Doncaster Lawn Tennis Club, Saxton Avenue, Bessacarr, Doncaster, DN4 7AY

Date Published: 01 October 2021

Description of proposed variation:

The addition of Exhibit Film, add Live and Recorded Music outside and to update the plan to now include external area

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing. 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.
Written representations must be received no later than 29/10/2021.

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

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Our Reference: WK/221017016

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Gorilla Brewing Company Ltd

Location: Gorilla Brewing Company Ltd, Unit 3, Glasshouse Lane, Cliff Street, Mexborough, Doncaster, S64 9HU

Date Published: 04 October 2021

 

Description of proposed variation:

Expansion into the adjoining building.

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.
Written representations must be received no later than 01/11/2021.

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

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New Premises 1 Mayflower Road, Warmsworth, Doncaster, DN4 9RE

Our Reference: WK/221017127

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Miss Emel Natasha Uyal

Location: 1 Mayflower Road, Warmsworth, Doncaster, DN4 9RE

Date Published: 08 October 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (Off only),,,, , ,

Location

WHOLE OF PREMISES

 

From

To

Monday

12:00

23:00

Tuesday

12:00

23:00

Wednesday

12:00

23:00

Thursday

12:00

23:00

Friday

12:00

23:00

Saturday

12:00

23:00

Sunday

12:00

23:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

a)General-all fours licensing objectives (b,c,d and e)

The premises will have no public allowed within- only myself and any staff I may employ. My business is completely online and the premises used for storage and development only. E-Commerce Business

b) The prevention of crime and disorder

CCTV will be installed to deter thieves. The storage/office/food safe work space will not be open to the public. Online sales only.

c) Public Saftey

The premises will not be open to the public online sales only

d) The prevention of public nuisance

The premises will not be open to the public online sales only

e) The protection of Children from harm

Upon placing orders for my products online challenging 25 will be regarded and ID must be seen upon ordering. ID will then be asked for upon delivery.

Orders will be taken via my social media platforms and website.

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 04/11/2021

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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FULL PAVEMENT LICENCE - The White Swan

Our Reference: WK/221016231

Type of Application: Full Pavement Licence

Applicant: The White Swan

Location: The White Swan, 34 French Gate, Doncaster, DN1 1QQ

Date Published: 11 October 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities

Activity

Sell/Serve/Consume FoodDrink

Location

See Plan

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

23:00

Tuesday

11:00

23:00

Wednesday

11:00

23:00

Thursday

11:00

23:00

Friday

11:00

23:00

Saturday

11:00

23:00

Sunday

11:00

23:00

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must do so by EMAIL to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.Please use the subject line PAVEMENT LICENCE.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Representations must be received no later than 27/10/2021.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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Variation - International Food Centre

Our Reference: WK/221017368

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Eylem Limited, Eylem Limited

Location: International Food Centre, 30 Nether Hall Road, Doncaster, DN1 2PW

Date Published: 12 October 2021

 Description of proposed variation:

To extend the hours for Sale of Alcohol (Off) & Opening hours to 00:00 – 00:00

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Written representations must be received no later than 09/11/2021.

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

Last updated: 12 October 2021 14:37:50