LICENSING ACT 2003: NOTICE OF APPLICATION MADE ON 5 JONE 2010 FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE FOR TOTTENHAM HOTSPOR STADIUMNotice ID: WAT0659044
LICENSING ACT 2003: NOTICE OF APPLICATION MADE ON 5 JUNE 2010 FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE FOR TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR STADIUM
Notice is hereby given that Tottenham Hotspur United has applied to the Licensing Authority of London Borough of Haringey for a Premises Licence to permit licensable activities at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, 748 High Rood, Tottenham, London N17 0AF (the "Premises" as delineated in red on the licensing plans served with the application) subject to bespoke conditions, during the following maximum daily hours: Regulated Entertainment (plays; film; indoor sports; boxing; wrestling; live and recorded music; dance performances and similar activities) and the Sale of Alcohol (on/off): 09:00 to 01:00, and indoor Late Night Refreshment 23:00 to 01:00. Note that the maximum hours are to allow flexibility of operation; in practice, licensable activities may be restricted due to numerous factors e.g. Event planning (including Risk Assessments); management discretion; location of proposed activity and/or the application of other legislative/regulatory constraints. Further note that all outdoor licensable activities at Events in the Stadium Bowl Will cease at 23:00 latest. More specific information is set out in the supporting documentation which can be inspected by prior appointment at the Licensing Authority.
A register of licensing applications can be inspected at Licensing Team, Level 1, River Park House, 225 High Road, Wood Green, London N22 8HQ. Any person wishing to submit relevant representations concerning this application must give notice in writing to the London Borough of Haringey, Licensing team at the above address or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, giving in detail the grounds of the representation no later than 3rd JULY 2018.
Copies of all Representations will be included in the papers presented to the Licensing Authority's Sub Committee and will therefore pass into the public domain. Representations must relate to one or more of the four Licensing Objectives namely the prevention of crime & disorder or public nuisance; the promotion of public safety & the protection of children from harm. It is an offence liable on conviction to a fine up to £5000 under section 58 of the Licensing Act 2003 knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application.