Chelmsford City Council

Incoming licensing applications

As the Licensing Authority, we publish information about the applications we have received.

The information includes:

  • the applicant's name and address
  • the premises location
  • a brief description of the application
  • the closing date for making relevant representations
     

Applications

TypeApplicantAddressClosing date for representations
Application for new premises licenceMr Ismail Emin34 Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1HY05 July 2022
Full variation on premises licenceThursdays UK LimitedUnit 1 And 2, 24 - 30 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6JX14 July 2022
Application for new premises licenceLive Tour Promotions LTDCentral Park Parkway Chelmsford Essex15 July 2022

 

Making a representation

To make a representation, you will need to write to:

Licensing Section
Chelmsford City Council
Duke Street
Chelmsford
Essex
CM1 1JE

You can also submit your representation online by contacting us.

You will need to make your representation no later than midnight on the closing date for the application.

We will not consider any representations that:

  • we receive after the closing date, or
  • don't include your details

You must include your name and address when making the representation. We will only withhold details if there is a well-founded concern to the safety of the person or their immediate family.

Your representation needs to be relevant to the four licensing objectives. It must not be repetitious, frivolous or vexatious.

A representation made by a committee member on behalf of any formal group must be in the minutes.

We will consider any joint representations as one.

Once we receive your representation, we will:

  • consider the validity of the representation
  • notify the applicant, and send them the representation in full, including the name and address
  • include your representation in our report to the licensing sub-committee

You can withdraw your representation at any time before a hearing.

It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application. The maximum fine on conviction is £5,000.
 

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Last updated: 11 May 2022

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