The White Hart Hotel Licence application

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You may be aware that the White Hart Hotel has been bought by the pub group Antic. They have promised a family pub and have publicly said” We care as much about what happens outside as well as inside, there won’t be people falling out of the pub at 2am, throwing up and chucking beer bottles around.” (From yeah! Hackney) This all seems very positive. However, what we have only just become aware of is the following application for a premises licence, to which the Leabridge Ward Councillors will be objecting. We wanted to give you the chance to comment on the application as well and want you to be aware that any comments, objecting or otherwise, have to be submitted by this Friday, 18/3/11. The application reads as follows:

This is an application for a premises licence for Clapton Hart (formerly The White Hart) in Lower Clapton Road to allow:

  • supply of alcohol and recorded music from 10:00 to 00:00 Sun to Weds, 10:00 to 01:00 Thurs to Sat, 10:00 to 02:00 Fri to Sun of Bank Holiday weekends, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day and up ten occasions per annum and on New Years Eve from 10:00 to 00:00 on January 2nd,
  • live music from 12:00 to 22:00 Sun to Weds, 12:00 to 23:00 Thurs and 12:00 to 00:00 Fri and Sat
  • late night refreshment from 23:00 to 00:30 Sun to Weds, 23:00 to 01:30 Thurs to Sat, 23:00 to 02:30 Fri to Sun of Bank Holiday weekends, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day and up ten occasions per annum and on New Years Eve from 23:00 to 00:30 on January 2nd

As mentioned above, the last date for representations is 18th March, you can send in up to 5pm that day. Don’t forget to put on your name and full address and say whether you want to speak at the committee or would like Cllr Ian Rathbone to speak for you. Please copy in ian.rathbone@hackney.gov.uk so both we, and the councillors, know what’s been sent in and so they can speak for it at the licensing hearing. The contact details are: Mike Smith Senior Licensing Officer 020 8356 4973 mike.smith@Hackney.gov.uk (Photo by Emily Webber)

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