Notice of an application under the Licensing Act 2003

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Notice is hereby given that AB Hotels Limited in respect of premises known as Sopwell House Hotel Cottonmill Lane St Albans AL1 2HQ applied to St Albans City and District Council for a variation of its Premises Licence. The proposed application is: to extend the permitted hours for the following activities already authorised: Sale of alcohol on the premises / Sale of alcohol off the premises / Provision of regulated entertainment / Provision of facilities for regulated entertainment/ provision of late-night refreshment and to revise the site plans to include new extension area.

Notice of an application under the Licensing Act 2003

Notice is hereby given that AB Hotels Limited in respect of premises known as Sopwell House Hotel Cottonmill Lane St Albans AL1 2HQ applied to St Albans City and District Council for a variation of its Premises Licence. The proposed application is: to extend the permitted hours for the following activities already authorised: Sale of alcohol on the premises / Sale of alcohol off the premises / Provision of regulated entertainment / Provision of facilities for regulated entertainment/ provision of late-night refreshment and to revise the site plans to include new extension area. Any representation by an interested party or responsible authority regarding the above-mentioned application must be received in writing by Licensing Section, St Albans City and District Council, Civic Centre, St Peters Street, St Albans, Herts AL1 3JE no later than 28th May 2019.

The register of St Albans City and District Council and the record of the application may be inspected at the address of the Council, given above, Mondays-Thursdays 8.45am-5.00pm and Fridays 8.45am-4.30pm. Alternatively it can be viewed on the internet www. stalbans.gov.uk.

It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application. The maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is 25,000.


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Dated 30th April 2019.

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