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Thursday, 26 August 2010

Licensing variation - Hidden nighclub, Tinworth Street

A Variation application for a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003 in respect of the below-mentioned premises was received by the licensing authority on 24th August 2010

Applicants Name: SE11 Limited
Premises Address: Hidden - Arches 100 To 102 Tinworth Street London SE1 5EQ
Variation requested:

To vary the layout of the premises as follows; in accordance with the drawings attached to the application drawing No. 1003/01.

The addition of a new internal bar in the dance area

The addition of a small external bar area on the raised timber decking area to the font of the premises.

Prior to determining this application, the licensing authority may accept written representations from Responsible Authorities and Interested Parties on the likely effect of the grant of this application in relation to the licensing objectives, which are:

· Preventing crime and disorder;
· Public safety;
· Preventing public nuisance; and
· Protecting children from harm.

Representations will be disregarded if they are deemed to be vexatious, frivolous, or irrelevant, or if they are received later than the 21st September 2010.

If a valid representation (or more than one) is received and is not withdrawn, this application will be referred to a hearing of the Licensing Sub-Committee for determination. If no representations are received, the application will ordinarily be determined by the relevant Licensing Officer.

Applications for new Premises licences, and variations and reviews of existing ones, will be placed on the Councils website for inspection; the address at which these may be accessed is www.lambeth.gov.uk/Services/Business/LicencesStreetTrading/AlcoholEntertainmentLateNightRefreshment/CurrentApplications.htm

Ward Councillors

The applicant is required to advertise their application, both at the premises, and in the ‘public notices’ section of a local newspaper. This is to alert persons living in the vicinity of the premises, or with business interests that may be affected by the application, to the application and allow them an opportunity to make representation.

Ward councillors can make representations in writing and/or at a hearing on behalf of a resident or local business if specifically requested to do so. Additionally, ward councillors are now able to make representations in their own right if they have concerns about any premises, regardless of whether they live or run a business in the vicinity of those premises. Councillors may also apply for a review of an existing licence if problems at that specific premises which justify intervention are brought to their attention.

If you require any further information on this application, or guidance on the process of making a representation, please contact licensing@lambeth.gov.uk

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