Current applications received by licensing team

Date Application Received Application Type Premises / Applicant Name Description of Variation / New Application Details Final Date for Receipt of Representations
29/11/2016 Grant Gourmet Burger Kitchen, 16-20 Broadway, Bradford/Gourmet Burger Kitchen Ltd

Sale of alcohol

Monday to Sunday 10.00 to 00.00

Playing of recoded music & provision of late night refreshment  

Monday to Sunday  10.00 to 00.30 (late night refreshment from 23.00)

27/12/2016
29/11/2016 Grant of Betting Premises William Hill, Unit 10 Fieldhead Shopping Centre, Legrams Lane, Bradford/William Hill Organization Ltd Betting premises Monday to Sunday 07.00 to 22.00 27/12/2016
11/11/2016 Grant Bengal Taz, 110 East Parade, Keighley/MD Taz Uddin Late Night Refreshment
Sunday/Monday/Wednesday/Thursday 23.00 to 23.30
Friday & Saturday  23.00 to  00.30
09/12/2016
10/11/2016 Grant Cafe Jinnah, 99-109 Leeds Road, Bradford/Saleem Akhtar Late Night Refreshment
Monday to Sunday 23.00 to 01.00
08/12/2016
08/11/2016 Grant Morrisons Daily Petrol Filling Station, 275 Bradford Road, Idle, Bradford Sale of alcohol - Monday to Sunday 24 hours Late Night Refreshment
Monday to Sunday 23.00 to 05.00
06/12/2016
07/11/2016 Grant Bally's Local, 40-42 Bradford Road, Shipley/Balvinder Singh Sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises
Monday to Sunday  07.00 to 23.00
05/12/2016

Procedure

Once an application for conversion and variation is received the Council will consult the relevant Responsible Authorities which are; West Yorkshire Fire Service, West Yorkshire Police, Bradford Council Planning Services, Bradford Council Child Protection Unit, Bradford Council Environmental Health Services, Health & Safety Executive, and West Yorkshire Trading Standards.

Any of these Authorities are entitled to make representations about the application, providing they are relevant to any of the four licensing objectives. Local residents and businesses in the vicinity of the premises may also make representations, providing they are relevant to any of the objectives.

The four licensing objectives are:

     
  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • public safety
  • the prevention of public nuisance
  • the protection of children from harm  

Representations must be submitted by Responsible Authorities and Interested Parties within 28 days, beginning the day after the date on which the application was given to the Licensing Authority.

What happens if relevant representations are made?

If representations are made, the Council will initially suggest that the parties attempt to reach agreement over the concerns.

If an agreement cannot be reached, the Council’s Area Licensing Panel will determine the application. The Panel is comprised of elected Members of the Council (for further information see the separate guidance on hearings).

Procedure

Once an application for conversion and variation is received the Council will consult the relevant Responsible Authorities which are; West Yorkshire Fire Service, West Yorkshire Police, Bradford Council Planning Services, Bradford Council Child Protection Unit, Bradford Council Environmental Health Services, Health & Safety Executive, and West Yorkshire Trading Standards.

Any of these Authorities are entitled to make representations about the application, providing they are relevant to any of the four licensing objectives. Local residents and businesses in the vicinity of the premises may also make representations, providing they are relevant to any of the objectives.

The four licensing objectives are:

     
  • the prevention of crime and disorder
  • public safety
  • the prevention of public nuisance
  • the protection of children from harm  

Representations must be submitted by Responsible Authorities and Interested Parties within 28 days, beginning the day after the date on which the application was given to the Licensing Authority.

What happens if relevant representations are made?

If representations are made, the Council will initially suggest that the parties attempt to reach agreement over the concerns.

If an agreement cannot be reached, the Council’s Area Licensing Panel will determine the application. The Panel is comprised of elected Members of the Council (for further information see the separate guidance on hearings).