Applications received under the 2003 Licensing Act
Updated 22/06/2017

  • Applications received under the 2003 Licensing Act
    Updated 22/06/2017

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)
Sivasubramaniam Ravi 9 Summerfield Road, Margate CT9 3EZ New premises licence Supply of alcohol 23 June 2017
Shell UK Oil Products Limited Shell Royal Oak, Canterbury Road East, Ramsgate CT11 0LB New premises licence Supply of alcohol and late night refreshment 30 June 2017
Alan Ross 35A Summerfield Road, Margate CT9 3EZ New premises licence Supply of alcohol 30 June 2017
Micca Freeman 28 Grange Road, Ramsgate CT11 9LP New premises licence Supply of alcohol 08 July 2017
 David Gayle Castaways Bar & Grill, Marine Sands, Margate CT9 1XJ  Variation to premises licence Increase hours for supply of alcohol 10 July 2017
P A Crocker Limited McDonalds, Tothill Street, Minster CT12 4AU Variation to premises licence Remove 'outdoors only' restriction for late night refreshment 13 July 2017
Ravensgate Ramsgate Ltd The Ravensgate Arms, 56-58 King Street, Ramsgate CT11 8NY New premises licence Supply of alcohol and late night refreshment 13 July 2017
Denise Parr 22-23 Cecil Square, Margate CT9 1AA New premises licence Supply of alcohol 18 July 2017
T J Morris Limited t/a Home Bargains Units 1&2 Westwood Industrial Estate, Ramsgate Road, Margate CT9 4JD New premises licence Supply of alcohol 19 July 2017
Christopher Kirkland The Clockwork Cocktail Company, 68-70 High Street, Margate CT9 1DT New premises licence Supply of alcohol and regulated entertainment 19 July 2017

The Licensing Register is kept at the offices of Thanet District Council, PO Box 9, Cecil Street, Margate, Kent CT9 1XZ and may be inspected during opening hours.  Any representations must be made in writing to the above address.

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.

Philip Bensted

Regulatory Services Manager

For licensing advice or information, please 

E-mail: Licensing Department  or phone 01843 577413 or 01843 577432