Orion’s Belt Limited has submitted a licensing application to Camden Council for a “minor variation” of the existing premises licence at 365 Euston Road, on the corner with Conway Street, Fitzrovia to enable alcohol to be consumed at a proposed new children’s centre.
The application, made by an agent, seeks permission for a change in the layout of the premises and a change in the business to a children’s centre. There will be no changes to the licensable activities nor the licensable times.
The existing licence allows the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises. A condition states: “Alcoholic beverages shall only be supplied to customers by waiter / waitress service and ancillary to a plated meal with the exception of the bar area which has the maximum capacity of 20 people.”
Fitzrovia News understands that the application has been accepted as a minor variation as there is no extension or expansion to the licensable area. Minor variations are decided by licensing officers, not a licensing panel.
To view the details of the application and make a comment, search Camden’s public licensing register for the following reference:
APP\PREMISES-MVARY\115215, 365 Euston Road, London NW1 3AR.
A public consultation on the application is open until 22 June 2003.
Fitzrovia News will be publishing more information about this application after we have contacted the applicant and Camden Council for comment.