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Licensing applications

Register of all current applications and information on how to object, relating to premises licences, Gambling Act 2005 premises, sex establishment and pavement licences.

How do I represent on a new licence application?

Correspondence can be sent to the licensing authority in support of any application or if you feel you are likely to be adversely affected by any application made for a licence.

If you wish to make a representation or offer support to any application you can do so in writing to the licensing authority:

Email: licensing@eastriding.gov.uk

or by post to:

The Licensing Authority
County Hall
Cross Street
Beverley
HU17 9BA.

All correspondence must contain your full name and address and detail your points clearly, providing any evidence you may have in support of your comments.

These representations must be received by the licensing authority before the end date of the representation period for the application as shown in the application details below.

Please note: if you make a representation to any application, your comments will be in the public domain and at the end of the representation period, the applicant will receive a copy of your representations made. Please be aware this will include your name and address. The licensing process must be transparent and equitable for all parties and therefore unless there is exceptional circumstances your representation will be submitted for consideration in full. 

It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application punishable on summary conviction by an unlimited fine. 

Following the receipt of a valid representation, applications may be determined by the licensing committee at a hearing.

What new Licensing Act 2003 applications have been made?

New applications for a premises licence/club premises certificate

Gosschalks, Hotham Hall Estste Limited, Hotham Hall, The Park, Hotham, YO43 4UA

Has applied for a premises licence for sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday 07:00-02:00 to none residents and 24 hours for residents (on and off the premises). Plays, films, live music, recorded music, performance of dance and any similar regulated entertainment Monday to Sunday 07:00-02:00 (indoors and outdoors. Indoor sporting events Monday to Sunday 07:00-02:00. 

Regulated entertainment provided outside (in the open air or in a tented structure without acoustic attenuation properties) will finish at midnight. 

Representations to be received by 6 June 2022

Hotham House - Premises licence application (pdf 317kb)

Hotham House - Premises licence plan (pdf 939kb)

Josh Sewell, House of Bev's Ltd, 36 Beckside, Beverley, HU17 0PD.

Has applied for a premises licence for live & recorded music (indoors) Monday to Sunday 10:0-23:59, late night refreshment (indoors) Monday to Sunday 23:00-23:59 and sale of alcohol (on and off the premises) Monday to Sunday 10:00-23:30.

Representations to be received by 2 June 2022.

House of Bev's Ltd - Premises licence application (pdf 160kb)

House of Bev's Ltd - Premises licence plan (pdf 791kb)

Daniel Wilson, Wilson Retail Ltd, 6-8 Promenade, Bridlington, YO15 2PX

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol (off the premises) Monday to Sunday 07:00-22:00.

Representations to be received by 2 June 2022.

Wilson Retail ltd - Premises licence application (pdf 60kb)

Wilson Retail Ltd - Premises licence plan (pdf 363kb)

Kerry Grayburn, The Hummingbird, 76-80 King Street, Cottingham, HU16 5QE

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday 11:00-23:00 (both on and off the premises).

Representations to be received by 31 May 2022.

The Hummingbird - Premises licence application (pdf 66kb)

The Hummingbird - Premises licence plan (pdf 568kb)

Tesco Stores Limited, Tesco Express, Rutland Road, Goole, DN14 6LX

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday 06:00-00:00 (off the premises) and late night refreshment Monday to Sunday 23:00-00:00 (indoors).

Representations to be received by 27 May 2022.

Tesco Express - Premises licence application (pdf 63kb)

Tesco Express - Premises licence plan (pdf 860kb)

Selby Digital Ltd, Unit 5, Fusion Business Park, Lidice Road, Goole, DN14 6XL

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol for 24hr internet sales only. 

Representations to be received by 26 May 2022.

Selby Digital Ltd - Premises licence application (pdf 59kb)

Selby Digital Ltd - Premises licence plan (pdf 6.27mb)

Howden Town Council, Market Place & High Bridge, Howden. 

Has applied for a time limited premises licence for the 5 June 2022 for the sale of alcohol (on and off the premises) 12:00-17:00 live music (outdoors) 12:00-17:00, performance of dance (outdoors) 14:00-15:00. 

Representations to be received by 26 May 2022.

Howden Town Council - Premises licence application (pdf 1.2mb)

Howden Town Council - Premises licence plan (pdf 127kb)

Hessle Town Council, Hessle Foreshore and Amenity Land, Cliff Road, Hessle, OS TA0225SW.

Has applied for a time limited premises licence for the 2 June 2022 to 3 June 2022 for the sale of alcohol 07:00-23:59 (on and off the premises), films 07:00-23:59 (outdoors), live music and recorded music 07:00-23:59 (indoors and outdoors), performance of dance 07:00-23:59 (outdoors) and late night refreshment 07:00-23:59 (indoors and outdoors). 

Representations to be received by 20 May 2022.

Premises licence application - Hessle Town Council (pdf 599kb)

Premises licence plan - Hessle Town Council (pdf 1.2mb)

Chartmore Resources Ltd, Hildyard Arms, Market Place, Patrington, HU12 0RA

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday 10:00-23:59 (on and off the premises), recorded music Monday to Sunday 10:00-23:59 (indoors) and live music Monday to Sunday 10:00-23:30 (indoors). The applicant has also applied for a seasonal variation for an additional 2 hours for all bank holidays and Christmas Eve for the sale of alcohol. 

Representations to be received by 19 May 2022.

Premises licence application - Hildyard Arms (pdf 174kb)

Premises licence plan - Hildyard Arms (pdf 309kb)

Soju Beverley Ltd, 36-40 Toll Gavel, Beverley, HU17 9AR. 

Has applied for a premises licence for the sale of alcohol Sunday to Thursday 09:00-22:00 and Friday to Saturday 09:00-23:59 (on and off the premises), late night refreshment Friday and Saturday 23:00-23:59 (indoors) with a seasonal variation of until midnight for New Years Eve. Live music Friday and Saturday 17:00-22:00 (indoors)

Representations to be received by 6 June 2022.

Premises licence application - 36-40 Toll Gavel, Beverley (pdf 628kb)

Premises licence plan - 36-40 Toll Gavel, Beverley (pdf 69kb)

Applications to vary an existing premises licence/club premises certificate

Hessle Town Council, Hessle Foreshore and Amenity Land, Cliff Road, Hessle, OS TA0225SW.

Has applied by minor variation for a plan change to include the on street parking area, to allow the installation of a concessions bar in a tent and small stage area. 

Representations to be received by 24 May 2022.

Hessle Town Council - Minor variation (pdf 456kb)

Hessle Town Council - Minor variation plan (pdf 483kb)

 

Poppleston Allen Solicitors, The Norland, First Lane, Hessle, HU13 9ED

Has applied by full variation to amend existing plan to include an external bar area to be used for the sale of alcohol Monday to Sunday10:00-23:00.

Representations to be received by 6 June 2022.

The Norland - S34 Variation application (pdf 55kb)

The Norland - S34 Variation plan (pdf 2.63mb)

Rose Residents Ltd, The Rose and Crown, North Bar Without, Beverley, HU17 7AB

Has applied by full variation to amend existing plan.

Representations to be received by 18 May 2022.

S34 Rose and Crown (pdf 55kb)

S34 Rose and Crown Plan (pdf 99kb)

Application for Premises Licence Reviews

No current applications 

Representations stating the grounds of objection or the grounds of support should be sent to the following address:    

Louise Wilson, Licensing Manager
Licensing Team 
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
County Hall
Cross Street
Beverley
HU17 9BA.

Email:  licensing@eastriding.gov.uk

How can I represent on Licensing Act 2003 applications?

Please note: due to COVID-19 and remote working arrangements, we advise that all correspondence is emailed to the Licensing Authority, as we cannot guarantee timely receipt of any hard copy correspondence.

New applications for a premises licence/club premises certificate

Correspondence can be sent to the licensing authority in support of any application, however If you feel you are likely to be adversely affected by any application made for a premises licence/club premises certificate, as the granting of such a licence will undermine any of the licensing objectives below you can lodge your concerns to the licensing authority:

  • Prevention of crime and disorder
  • Protection of children from harm
  • Public safety
  • Prevention of public nuisance.

If you wish to make a representation or offer support to any application you can do so in writing to the licensing authority:

Email: licensing@eastriding.gov.uk

or by post to:

Licensing manager 
Room DG16a
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
County Hall
Cross Street 
Beverley
HU17 9BA.

All correspondence must contain your full name and address and detail your points clearly, providing any evidence you may have in support of your representation.

These representations must be received by the licensing authority before the end date of the representation period for the application as shown under the application details above.

Please note: if you make a representation to any application, your comments will be in the public domain and at the end of the representation period, the applicant will receive a copy of your representations made. Please be aware this will include your name and address. The licensing process must be transparent and equitable for all parties and therefore unless there is exceptional circumstances your representation will be submitted for consideration in full. 

Following the receipt of a valid representation, applications will be determined by the licensing committee at a hearing. 

What new Gambling Act 2005 applications have been made?

New applications for betting shops/bingo/arcades/race tracks

Applications to vary an existing Gambling Act 2005 premises licence

No current applications 

 

How can I represent on Gambling Act 2005 applications?

Please note: due to COVID-19 and remote working arrangements, we advise that all correspondence is emailed to the Licensing Authority, as we cannot guarantee timely receipt of any hard copy correspondence.

Premises Licences under the Gambling Act 2005

If you feel you are likely to be affected by any application made for a premises licence, because you feel the granting of such a licence will undermine any of the licensing objectives below you can lodge your concerns to the licensing authority:

  • Preventing gambling from being associated with crime or disorder or being used to support crime
  • Ensuring gambling is conducted in a fair and open way
  • Protecting children and other vulnerable persons from being harmed or exploited through gambling.

If you wish to make a representation or offer support to any application you can do so in writing to the licensing authority at:

Email:  licensing@eastriding.gov.uk

or by post to: 

Licensing Manager 
Room DG16a
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
County Hall
Cross Street
Beverley
HU17 9BA.

All correspondence must contain your full name and address and detail your points clearly, providing any evidence you may have in support of your comments.

These representations must be received by the licensing authority before the end date of the representation period for the application as shown under the application details.

Please note: if you make a representation to any application, your comments will be in the public domain and at the end of the representation period, the applicant will receive a copy of your representations made. Please be aware this will include your name and address. The licensing process must be transparent and equitable for all parties and therefore unless there is exceptional circumstances your representation will be submitted for consideration in full. 

Following the receipt of a valid representation, applications will be determined by the licensing committee at a hearing.

How can I represent on or object to a sex establishment application?

Please note: due to COVID-19 and remote working arrangements, we advise that all correspondence is emailed to the Licensing Authority, as we cannot guarantee timely receipt of any hard copy correspondence.

If you feel you are likely to be affected by any application made for a sex establishment, you can comment or object to the application by writing to:

Email: licensing@eastriding.gov.uk

or by post to: 

Licensing Manager 
Room DG16a
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
County Hall
Cross Street
Beverley
HU17 9BA.

If you would like more information on how the Licensing Authority deals with sex establishment applications, please see the policy below:

Licensing Policy for Sex Establishments (pdf 236kb)

The Licensing Authority cannot accept any representations on moral grounds or any which are vexatious or frivolous.

Representations must be received before the end of the 28-day representation period specified above.

Please note: if you make a representation that this will be in the public domain and that at the end of the representation period, the applicant will receive a copy of all representations made although your name and address can be withheld if requested.

Following the receipt of a valid representation, applications will be determined by the licensing committee at a hearing.

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