Licensing Act 2003 Register

Licensing Act 2003 Register

Current applications

You can find information about current premises applications submitted under the Licensing Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005 as listed below on this page. Alternatively, for full details and to view a copy of an application at the Licensing office (address below) please contact the Licensing Service on 01454 868001 or you can e-mail licensing@southglos.gov.uk

If you require information for a specific premises licence or club premises certificate already issued by this Licensing Authority then please submit your request by e-mail to licensing@southglos.gov.uk or attend the Licensing office at:

South Gloucestershire Council

Licensing Service

Engine Common Lane

Yate

South Gloucestershire

BS37 7PN

Submitting an objection

Responsible authorities or any other persons (as defined within the Act) may make written representation/s to South Gloucestershire Council about current applications until the expiry date for each respective consultation. Representations must be sent in writing to:

Director for Environment and Community Services

Licensing Service

PO Box 1954

Bristol

BS37 0DD

or e-mail licensing@southglos.gov.uk

If you need any help or advice please contact the Licensing Service on 01454 868001 or you can e-mail licensing@southglos.gov.uk. The Licensing office is open Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 5pm and Friday 8.45am to 4:30pm.

Premises Name Copy of Application End date (up to 23:59hrs)
Chief Trading Post, Barry Road, Oldland Common, Bristol BS30 6QY

 Chief Trading Post Application 

Chief Trading Post Plans

4th December 2020
Eclectic Gift Shop, 51c High Street, Hanham, Bristol, BS15 3DQ

 Eclectic Gift Shop Application 

Eclectic Gift Shop Plans

18th December 2020
 Sabor Braileiro, 25 Gloucester Road North, Filton, South Gloucestershire, BS7 0SG

 Sabor Braileiro Application 

Sabor Braileiro Plans

 24th December 2020

 

Timeline

  • Opened
    5 Mar 2019 at 13:00
  • Closes
    30 Mar 2021 at 14:00

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