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SITE NOTICE LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE

Notice ID: SUT0272473

Notice effective from
18th August 2017 to 17th September 2017

SITE NOTICE - LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE
Name of Applicant Rugby Football Union of Rugby House, Twickenham Stadium 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, Middlesex. Postal Address of Premises: Twickenham Stadium (and RFU Ground), Rugby Road, Twickenham TW11DZ ('The Premises") as identified on the plans lodged with the application. Proposed Licensable Activities (as per existing Licence PL 043302): Regulated Entertainment (all categories except boxing and wrestling, and indoor sport); Sale of Alcohol & Late Night Refreshment during the same (maximum) hours as apply under the existing Premises Licence (PL043302); hours vary depending on Events/activities at the Premises. The new Premises Licence (if issued) will be in the same terms as PL 043302 save that the conditions will be slightly amended to, in turn, incorporate proposed amendments to the Noise Management Plan (NMP), applicable to the Premises. If the new Licence is granted as sought, PL 043302 will be surrendered. Draft amendments to the conditions and to the NMP are submitted with the full application.

Representations regarding this application may be made in writing by any Responsible Authority or interested party to the Licensing Authority, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, Civic Centre, 44 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BZ (or emailed to licensing@richmond.gov.uk) by: 7 September 2017 (the application having been given on 10 August 2017). All representations made are open to public inspection. This application has been made to the Licensing Authority above where a register of applications is kept and a record of the application may be inspected. The register can be inspected on-line at www.richmond.gov.uk. Any representations made must relate to one of the 4 Licensing Objectives namely the prevention of crime and disorder; public safety; the prevention of public nuisance and the protection of children from harm. Under S158 of the Licensing Act 2003 a person commits an offence if he knowingly or recklessly makes a false statement in connection with an application. On summary conviction the maximum fine for the offence is £5,000.

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