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        Licensing applications received under the 2003 Licensing Act

        The table below shows details of licensing applications made under the Licensing Act 2003.

        Name of Applicant/ClubAddress of Premises/ClubNature of application New or VariationProposed licensable activities or proposed variationDate by which representations may be made (no less than 28 days after date received)
        Daniel GrahamFunction Room at Coastal Bar, 37 Harbour Street RamsgateNew ApplicationLive Music Fri & Sat 16:00pm – 23:00pm

        Recorded Music 8:00am – Midnight – Sun – Thurs and 8:00am – 01:00am Fri & Sat

        Sales of Alcohol 10:00am – Midnight Sun-Thurs and 10:00am – 01:00am Fri & Sat

        10th May 2021
        Espedito TammaroOsteria Posillipo 14 Albion Street BroadstairsVariationSales of alcohol 8:00am – Midnight Daily21st May 2021
        Claire ByrneThe Corner Broadstairs, 49 West Cliff Road, BroadstairsNew ApplicationSales of Alcohol for residents only21st May 2021
        Jennifer FaulknerFolk Week 2021, Broadstairs Rec Lloyd Road BroadstairsNew ApplicationLive and Recorded Music, Performances of Dance, 12:00 (midday) – 22:30pm Daily

        Supply of Alcohol 11:00am – 22:00pm Daily

        25th May 2021

        The Licensing Applications are kept at the offices of Thanet District Council, PO Box 9, Cecil Street, Margate, Kent CT9 1XZ and may be inspected between the hours of 10:00 – 12:00 and 14:00- 16:00 Monday to Friday.

        Due to the current restrictions viewing of the applications is not possible if you wish to have more information on an application please email licensing@thanet.gov.uk.

        Any representations must be made in writing using Licensing Representation Form this must be either emailed to licensing@thanet.gov.uk or sent to the address above before the date stated above.  If you are unable to download the form please send an email supplying all the details requested on the form.  Anything received after the above date will not be accepted.

        Please also read How to Object to a Licence Application.

        It is an offence to, knowingly or recklessly, make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is £5000.

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