PUBLISHED: 00:00 04 August 2018

Public Notices

Public Notices


Licensing Act 2003 Part 3, Section 17 (5) An application has been made by Mutiny in the Park Limited to the Licensing Authority for Stevenage for the grant of a Premises Licence for a section of King George V Recreational Grounds, adjacent to Stevenage (close to SG1 1 FZ).

The application includes proposals to carry out the following activities at the following times for a consecutive Friday & Saturday in October of each year, 2018 being 19th & 20th October (future dates to be agreed in advance with Stevenage Borough Council Licensing Department). The hours and relevant licensable activities which it is intended to provide are as follows: Sale of Alcohol 12:00hrs - 23:00hrs Exhibition of Films 12:00hrs - 23:00hrs Performance of Live Music 12:00hrs - 23:00hrs Playing of Recorded Music 12:00hrs - 23:00hrs Performance of Dance 12:00hrs - 23:00hrs Late Night Refreshment 23:00hrs - 23:30hrs Hours Open to the Public 12:00hrs - 23:30hrs The application can be viewed at the offices of the Licensing Authority at Daneshill House, Danestrete, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 1 HN. Please call 01438 242 242 to arrange an appointment. Interested parties (e.g. people living in the vicinity) or Responsible Authorities (e.g. Police and Fire Brigade) can make representations at any time between 01 August 2018 and 29 August 2018. All representations must be made in writing, including email: or fax: 01 438 242 142 It is an offence for anyone to recklessly or knowingly make a false statement in connection with a licensing application. The maximum fine on summary conviction is £5000

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