Making an objection against a licensing application

You can make an objection against a licensing application by the last date specified on the notice.

Any personal data contained in a letter of representation will be disclosed to the applicant, Licensing Committee members and relevant officers. Any interested parties who attend Licensing Committee and speaks in support of their representation may have their details published in the minutes which are distributed to all parties to the proceedings and is made available on the Council's website and in libraries in the borough.

To make representations (objections) against any of the applications, you should email or write to:

2nd Floor
Civic Centre
44 York Street

By the last date for representations as specified on the notice.

Updated: 9 October 2012