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The Monarch Limited
Licensing

LICENSING ACT 2003

Notice ID: BOU2201497

Notice effective from
23rd September 2021 to 23rd October 2021

LICENSING ACT 2003
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT/ VARIATION* OF A PREMISES LICENCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been made to the licensing authority of Portsmouth City Council for the grant/variation* of a premises licence under the Licensing Act 2003.
Details of the application are as follows:
Name of Applicant: The Monarch Limited
Postal address of premises (or if no postal address, description of location and extent of the premises): 69 Palmerston Road, PO5 3PP
Describe briefly below either the licensable activities that will be carried on or from the above premises or the nature of the proposed variation to those current activities: (Advice: please also include details of days and times of proposed licensable activities) Increase the Opening Times Sunday to Thursday from 09:00-00:00 to 09:00- 01:00 Friday & Saturday from 09:00-01:30 to 09:00-02:30 Increase Alcohol Sales Sunday to Thursday from 09:00-00:00 to 09:00- 01:00 Friday & Saturday from 09:00-01:30 to 09:00-02:30 Increase Recorded Music Sunday to Thursday from 09:00-00:30 to 09:00- 01:30 Friday & Saturday from 09:00-01:30 to 09:00-02:30
A copy of the statutory register may be inspected during normal office hours at the address shown below or online at www.portsmouth.gov.uk. Any responsible authority, or any other person wishing to make representations on this matter must submit those representations in writing to the Licensing Manager, Licensing Service, Civic Offices, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, PO1 2AL by no later than 8th of October 2021 Written representations may also be made by email to:

Licensing@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

 
Any relevant representations should include a name and address and will be deemed public documents, will be forwarded to the licence holder and will be considered by the licensing authority. All relevant representations will be available for public inspection and also published on the council’s website. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and, on summary conviction for the offence, a person is liable to a fine of any amount.
Signed: Andrei Slemco
Dated: 14/09/2021

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