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Applications in progress

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Under the Licensing Act 2003, we have a responsibility to publish all licence applications in progress.

Applications can be viewed at Exeter City Council, Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter, EX1 1RQ. Monday to Friday 09:00 to 16:00.

Commenting on applications

Representations regarding a licence application must be made in writing to the address above, or by email, and received by the stated date.

 

Current licence applications

 

Application to review a premises licence under section 51 of the licensing act 2003

Notice is given that an application has been made to Exeter City Council, as the licensing authority, for the review of the premises licence in respect of Newham Stores, 12-13 South Street, Exeter, EX1 1DZ.

The grounds for the review are:

  • Incidents of disorder, violence and criminal damage to Kalendar Hall related to alcohol sales from the above premises.

This application can be viewed by prior appointment at the Civic Centre, Licensing Department.

Any representations to the Licensing Department, in writing, by 22 May 2024 please.

Licensing Department, The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter EX1 1JN or licensing.team@exeter.gov.uk

 


 

Application for a minor variation to a  premises license

Chockdee Limited have applied for a minor variation of Giggling Squid, 19-19A Cathedral Yard, Exeter, EX1 1HB.

The variation is to change the internal layout of the premises only.

This application can be viewed by prior appointment at the Civic Centre, Licensing Department.

Any representations to the Licensing Department, in writing, by 22 May 2024 please.

Licensing Department, The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter EX1 1JN or licensing.team@exeter.gov.uk

 


 

Application for a new premises license

Deepa International has applied to Exeter City Council for a new premises licence in respect of Exeter Street Kitchen Castle Street.

The application is for the following licensable activities:

  • Late Night Refreshment Friday and Saturday 11pm to 3am 

This application can be viewed by prior appointment at the Civic Centre, Licensing Department.

Any representations to the Licensing Department, in writing, by 30 May 2024 please.

Licensing Department, The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter EX1 1JN or licensing.team@exeter.gov.uk

 


 

Application for a new premises license

Yonk Asian Foods has applied to Exeter City Council for a new premises licence in respect of 154 Sidwell Street, Exeter EX4 6RT.

The application is for the following licensable activities:

  • Sale of Alcohol Off Sale Only 10am – 9pm Monday to Sunday

This application can be viewed by prior appointment at the Civic Centre, Licensing Department.

Any representations to the Licensing Department, in writing, by 6 June 2024 please.

Licensing Department, The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter EX1 1JN or licensing.team@exeter.gov.uk

 


 

Application for a full variation to a  premises license

George Nightingale has applied to Exeter City Council for a full variation of the premises licence in respect of Quayside Distilling Ltd at 60A Haven Road, Exeter EX2 8DP.

The variation is for the following:

To include the use of the pontoon immediately outside the premises for the following licensable activities:

  • Supply of alcohol: Sunday to Monday 09:00 - 23:00

This application can be viewed by prior appointment at the Civic Centre, Licensing Department.

Any representations to the Licensing Department, in writing, by 14 June please.

Licensing Department, The Civic Centre, Paris Street, Exeter EX1 1JN or licensing.team@exeter.gov.uk

 

 

It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and one is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale.

 

When this content has been updated

Last updated 21 May 2024