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LICENSING (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 1996 (Articles 2, 5(1)(b), 7, 9 and Schedule 1) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROVISIONAL GRANT OF LICENCE FOR PREMISES IN WHICH THE BUSINESS CARRIED ON UNDER THE LICENCE IS THE BUSINESS OF SELLING INTOXICATING LIQUOR BY RETAIL FOR CONSUMPTION OFF THE PREMISES IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE DIVISION OF ARDS TAKE NOTICE that HARBOUR ROAD SERVICE STATION LIMITED (Company No: NI601158) having its registered office at 59-61 Harbour Road, Portavogie, County Down, BT22 1EA intends to apply to the County Court sitting at Newtownards Courthouse, Regent Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4LP for the above Division commencing at 10.30 a.m. on the 4th day of January 2016 for the provisional grant of a licence for the premises situated at 59-61 Harbour Road, Portavogie, County Down, BT22 1EA being premises as are specified in Article 5(1)(b) of the Licensing (Northern Ireland) Order 1996, namely, premises in which it is intended to carry on the business of selling intoxicating liquor for consumption off the premises.

AND TAKE NOTICE that this application will be dealt with by the Court on the 8th day of January 2016 commencing at 10.30 a.m. The applicant is a limited liability company and its directors are David Cardwell and Stanley Alexander Kydd.

All directors have executive control. The applicant company will be the owner of the business. The owner of the premises is David Cardwell and Stanley Kydd In accordance with Schedule 1 of the said Order and Rule 6 of Order 48 of the County Court Rules (Northern Ireland) 1981, we attach to this notice a plan of the premises delineating; (a) the parts or parts thereof in which intoxicating liquor is to be sold 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. A subsisting licence as defined in Schedule 2 of the said Order for the premises situate at The Jolly Beggar, 28A-36A Mallusk Road, Mallusk, Newtownabbey, Co. Antrim, BT36 4PP namely premises specified in Article 5(1)(a) of the said Order being premises in which the business carried on under the licence is the business of selling intoxicating liquor by retail for consumption either in or off the premises will be surrendered to the Court.

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 this application must in accordance with paragraph 6 of Schedule 1 to the Order, serve notice of his intention to object upon the applicant (at its solicitors office if required) and the Chief Clerk not less than one week before the hereinbefore mentioned commencement date of the opening of the court sitting.

The permissible grounds of objection are specified in Article 7(4)(a) to (e)(i) and paragraph 4 of the said Schedule 1, namely: a) Failure to comply with the correct procedure; b) The applicant is not a fit person to hold a licence; c) The premises are of the kind specified in this notice and/or are not suitable to be licensed for the sale of intoxicating liquor by retail d) The number of licensed premises of that kind in the vicinity is or will be adequate.

Dated this 7th day of December 2015 O'REILLY STEWART, Solicitors for the Applicant Company, Courtside House, 75/77 May Street, Belfast, BT1 3JL.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Dec 16, 2015
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