Michael Hoy Tries To Prevent Rayleigh Being Saturated With Drinking Places


Well done to Cllr Michael Hoy for trying to improve the District Council’ licensing policy: That was the only change to the policy and I’m pleased to say that a cumulative impact policy (saturation) is being included in the document. This means that any new applicant within the area (Rayleigh) will have to demonstrate that the new license will not…
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Interested In Licensing?

Chris Black writes: The District Council issues licenses for: * the sale of alcohol, the provision of regulated entertainment and late night refreshment; * betting, gaming and lotteries; * making charitable collections; * carrying out motor salvage operations or scrap metal dealing; * street trading (including use of pavements) and for sex establishments. * acupuncture, tattooing, semi-permanent skin colouring, cosmetic…
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Two Premises Have Their Licenses Facing Review

The District Council website shows a “Notice of Application for Review of Premises Licence” for two places – the Travellers Joy pub in Rayleigh, and Lords Golf Club. LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice of Application for Review of Premises Licence – Section 51 The Licensing Authority, Rochford District Council, hereby gives notice of an application for review of a Premises Licence…
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