LICENSING (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 1996 [...]; Public Notices.
AND TAKE NOTICE that this application will be dealt with by the court on the 12th day of February 2018 commencing at 10.30 in the forenoon.
We will be the owners of such business. The applicants are the owners of the premises. A plan of the premises separately delineating each part or parts of the premises as specified in Rule 6 of Order 48 of the County Court Rules (Northern Ireland) 1981 is attached to this notice in accordance with Schedule 1 to the said order.
There is in force planning permission to use the premises as premises of the kind specified in this notice for the period during which the licence would be in force and a copy of the planning permission is attached.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the applicants intend to apply under Article 44 of the said Order for an order of the above court directing that, on such days as may be specified in the order, the hours mentioned in Article 44(2) of the said Order, shall, in addition to those mentioned in Article 42(1) of the said Order, be included in the permitted hours for the parts of the said premises delineated on the said plan on the grounds that the said parts are: (a) structurally adapted and used or intended to be used, for the purpose of habitually providing for the accommodation of persons frequenting the premises: (i) musical or other entertainment; or (ii) substantial refreshment: or (iii) both such entertainment and refreshment and (b) the sale of intoxicating liquor is ancillary to that entertainment or refreshment. FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the applicants intend to apply under Article 48 of the said Order for an order of the above named Court specifying the part or parts of the premises particularly delineated on the said plan as being suitable for functions such as are referred to in Article 47(6 ) of the Order, namely those: (a) organised by any body established for social, charitable or benevolent purposes or for furthering the common interests of persons associated with any trade, profession, educational or cultural activity, or any game or sport; or (b) functions (not exceeding six in number in any year) organised by the licence holder on the grounds that-(i) the part so delineated is structurally adapted and used or intended to be used for the purpose of providing for the accommodation of persons frequenting it substantial refreshment to which the sale of intoxicating liquor is ancillary; and (ii) suitable means of access to that part of the premises, otherwise than through any other part of the premises which is used for the sale of intoxicating liquor, are available to customers.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the applicants intend to apply under Article 59 of the said Order for a children's certificate in respect of the part of the premises particularly delineated on the said plan.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that any person owning or residing or carrying on business in premises in the vicinity of the premises for which the licence is sought who intends to object to the grant of the licence must, in accordance with paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Order, serve notice of his intention to object upon the applicants (at the Solicitor's office address below if required) and the Chief Clerk not less than one week before the time of the opening of the Court sitting specified herein.
AND TAKE NOTICE THAT the permissible grounds of objection are as specified in paragraph 4 of the said Schedule 1 and Article 7 (4)(a) to (e)(i) of the said Order, namely: (i) failure to comply with the correct procedure; (ii) unfitness of the applicant; (iii) the suitability of the premises; The permissible grounds under Article 44 are such as are specified in Article 44(1) and (3) (suitability of the premises and undue inconvenience).
The permissible grounds under Article 48 are such as are specified in Article 48(2) (suitability of the premises). The permissible grounds under Article 59 are such as are specified in Article 59(2) (suitability of premises). Dated this 18th day of January 2018 MKB Law Solicitors for the Applicants 14-18 Great Victoria Street Belfast BT2 7BA To: The Chief Clerk, Londonderry Courthouse, Bishop Street Londonderry BT48 6PQ Copy to:-(i) The Clerk of Petty Sessions for Magherafelt c/o Londonderry Courthouse, Bishop Street Londonderry BT48 6PQ (ii) The District Commander's Office, Police Service of Northern Ireland, 47 Meeting Street Magherafelt BT45 6BW (iii) The District Council at Mid Ulster District Council, Ballyronan Road Magherafelt BT45 6EN (iv) Tourism Northern Ireland, Floors 10-12 Linum Chambers Bedford Square Bedford Street Belfast BT2 7ES
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Article Type:||Public notice|
|Date:||Jan 23, 2018|
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