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Premises licence applications received

The most recent premises licence applications received by us are published below.

You can book an appointment to view them at City Hall during office hours, by calling 01603 212761.

Name of premises Ward Type Date received Last date to comment
Starbucks, 19-20 Haymarket Mancroft Grant - tables and chairs 19/11/19 17/11/19
22 Lower Goat Lane, NR2 1EL Mancroft Grant 06/11/19 04/12/19
Butcher Bhoy 8-10 Exchange Street, NR2 1AT Mancroft Variation 31/10/10 28/11/19
Norwich City Football Club, NR1 1JE Thorpe Hamlet Grant - Betting (track) licence 16/10/19 13/11/19 (expired)
Greggs, 50 London Street, NR2 1LA Mancroft Grant - tables and chairs 08/10/19 05/11/19 (expired)
Sari Shop, 40 Cowgate, Norwich, NR3 1SX Mancroft Grant 08/10/19 05/11/19 (expired)
The Ber Street Kitchen, 141- 143 Ber Street  Mancroft Grant - tables and chairs 07/10/19 04/11/19 (expired)
Karishma, 15 Prince of Wales Road, NR1 1BD Thorpe Hamlet Grant 02/10/19 30/10/19 (expired)
Norwich Cathedral and surrounds, NR1 4 EG Thorpe Hamlet Grant 11/09/19 09/10/19 (expired)
The Chapter of Norwich Cathedral, NR1 4DH Thorpe Hamlet Variation 04/09/19 02/10/19 (expired)
Haggle, 13 St Benedicts Street, NR2 4PE Mancroft Variation 04/04/19 02/10/19 (expired)
Queen Waffle, 288a Aylsham Road, NR3 2RG Mile Cross Grant 04/09/19 02/10/19 (expired)
Patisserie Valerie, 12 - 14 Davey Place, NR2 1PQ Mancroft Grant - tables and chairs permit 04/09/19 02/10/19 (expired)
5 Eastbourne Place, NR1 1DH Thorpe Hamlet Grant 06/08/19 03/09/19 (expired)

Updated 19 November 2019


An application for the grant or variation of a premises license will be notified to residents by displaying it on the premises and in the local press. Comments in support or objections must be made within 28 days of the date given in the public notice.

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If you have made valid comments of support or objection you will be expected to attend a meeting of the council's licensing subcommittee and any subsequent appeal proceeding. If you do not attend, the subcommittee will still consider your comments, but they may not carry the same weight as if you had attended if, for example, the contents are disputed or challenged.

Your comments will be published in the report to the licensing sub-committee, which is publicly available and displayed on the committee pages. Details of the sub-committee's decision following a hearing will also be published on this site.

We reserve the right not to publish or take into account any letters of representation which we believe are defamatory, offensive or racist.

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