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Register of current applications under the Licensing Act 2003


Register of current applications received for New/Variations to Premises Licences/Club Premises Certificates and for formal Reviews pending a decision.


Variation to a current Premises Licence Details - The Bell, High Street Bedmond

An application to vary the current Premises Licence for The Bell public house, High Street, Bedmond WD5 0QR has been submitted by John Teahan, the current licence holder. 

The application seeks the following:

  • To permit the sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises in line with the current times on the licence for on-sales
  • To extend the opening hours of the premises in order to open earlier

The full application can be viewed here (pdf)

Representations can be made up until midnight on Friday 19 June 2020. 

Representations must be sent by email to: licensing.team@threerivers.gov.uk 

NOTE: Representations must be 'relevant' (as defined in the Licensing Act 2003) - guidance on making representations can be viewed here

You must provide your full name, address details, and daytime contact telephone number, within your representation which can be submitted by post or by email.

Any representations not resolved during the consultation period will be reported to a meeting of the Licensing Committee. Your email address and telephone number will be redacted from your representation before it is included in the Officer’s report, if the matter is referred to a Committee for the application to be determined. These meetings are usually held in public.


Variation to a current Club Premises Certificate - Croxley Green Community Centre, Community Way Croxley Green

An application to vary the current Club Premises Certificate for Croxley Green Community Centre has been submitted by Scott McGarvie. 

The application seeks the following:

  • To permit the sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises as the certificate currently only permits on-sales
  • To extend the opening hours of the premises on Sundays in order to open one hour earlier 11am instead of 12pm
  • To remove the non-standard timing restrictions relating to Good Friday and Christmas Day

The full application can be viewed here (pdf) .The plan of the club premises can be view here (pdf)

Representations can be made up until midnight on Thursday 9 July 2020. 

Representations must be sent by email to: licensing.team@threerivers.gov.uk 

NOTE: Representations must be 'relevant' (as defined in the Licensing Act 2003) - guidance on making representations can be viewed here

You must provide your full name, address details, and daytime contact telephone number, within your representation which can be submitted by post or by email.

Any representations not resolved during the consultation period will be reported to a meeting of the Licensing Committee. Your email address and telephone number will be redacted from your representation before it is included in the Officer’s report, if the matter is referred to a Committee for the application to be determined. These meetings are usually held in public.