Licensing application: 226 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5QP

Modern British Bakeries Ltd has applied to Westminster Council for a new premises licence at Peyton and Byrne, 226 Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 5QP. Peyton and Byrne, 226 Great Portland Street. The applicant is seeking permission for a "two year limited licence" to sell alcohol for consumption on and off the premises, Monday …

Licensing application: 22 Foley Street, London W1W 6DT

An application has been made to Westminster Council for a premises licence at the ground floor and basement of 22 Foley Street, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6DT. Kin, 22 Foley Street. Araz Farm Feed Ltd is seeking permission to sell alcohol on the premises, currently trading as Kin, from 10am to 10.30pm Monday to Thursday, from …

Licensing application: 114 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 5AQ

An application has been made to Camden Council for a premises licence at a shop on the ground floor, at 114 Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia, London W1T 5AQ. Shop and premises at 114 Tottenham Court Road, on the corner with Midford Place. The applicant seeks a licence for the sale of alcohol for consumption both …

Licensing application: Ground Floor, 20 Hanway Street, London W1T 1UG

An application has been made to Camden Council for a new premises licence at the Ground Floor, 20 Hanway Street, London W1T 1UG. Application for a new premises licence at 20 Hanway Street. The applicant describes the premises as a pub and is seeking permission for the sale of alcohol from 12.00 to 23.59 Monday …

Licensing application: Hot Stone, 3 Windmill Street, London W1T 2HY

Application to vary the premises licence at Hot Stone, 3 Windmill Street. An application has been made to Camden Council to vary the premises licence at Hot Stone, 3 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2HY. The applicant seeks to amend the hours of licensable activities to: 12pm to 11:00pm 7 days a week including Sunday …

Licensing application: Spearmint Rhino, 161 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7NN

Spearmint Rhino is applying to renew its sexual entertainment venue licence. Spearmint Rhino Companies (Europe) Ltd has made a "Sex Establishment Renewal Application" to Camden Council for its premises at 161 Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia, London W1T 7NN. The proposed hours of operation of the premises stated on the application form is from 9am to …

Licensing application: 52-53 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8ED

An application has been made to Westminster council for a premises licence at 52 - 53 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8ED. An application has been made for a premises license at 51-53 Eastcastle Street. Platform Hub One Limited describes the premises as offering social computer gaming and e-sports, with retail, lounge, restaurant, and bar area. …

Licensing application: basement and ground Floor, 7-8 Market Place, London W1W 8AG

An application has been submitted to Westminster council for a new premises licence at basement and ground floor, 7-8 Market Place, London W1W 8AG. A new premises licence is sought for 7-8 Market Place. The applicant is Collin Estates Limited and they are seeking permission a number of licensable activities including the following: Performance of …

Licensing application: Mappin House, 4 Winsley Street London W1W 8HF

An application has been made to Westminster council for a new premises licence at Mappin House, 4 Winsley Street, London W1W 8HF. An application has been made for a "shadow licence" for the Chinawhite nightclub at 4 Winsley Street. The application which has been made on behalf of Mount Eden Land Limited states that it …

Licensing application: 41 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7PG

An application has been made to Westminster council for a new premises licence at 41 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 7PG. Maria Pozzuto Di Iulio has applied for the sale by retail of alcohol on and off the premises, Monday to Sunday from 09:00 to 20:00. The premises is a delicatessen selling hot and …

Westminster council seeks views on revised licensing policy and changes to cumulative impact area

Westminster council is carrying out a review of its licensing policy including changing its West End cumulative impact zone, tackling racial discrimination at licensed premises, and is holding a public consultation before finalising its new policy. Proposed cumulative impact zone. While licensed premises contribute a huge amount to the local economy they can also create …

Licence application: 22 Berners Street, London W1T 3LP

An application has been made to Westminster Council for a new premises licence at 22 Berners Street, London W1T 3LP. Fora, 22 Berners Street. The application made by Fora Space Limited seeks permission for the sale of alcohol on the premises from 10am to 11pm Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 11.30pm on Sundays. …

Great Titchfield Street restaurant seeks licence for entertainment, and later hours for food and alcohol

The owners of a restaurant on the corner of Great Titchfield Street and Langham Street in Fitzrovia are seeking permission from Westminster council to operate until later hours for the sale of food and drink, and to add entertainment to their licence. The Bellaria Restaurant, 71 Great Titchfield Street. An application to vary the existing …

Application to vary a premises licence: The London Edition, 10 Berners Street, London W1T 3NP

An application has been made to Westminster City Council to vary the current premises licence (19/05079/LIPDPS) at The London Edition, 10 Berners Street, London W1T 3NP. The applicant is seeking permission to extend the licensed area of the premises to include an area outside the entrance to the Berners Tavern restaurant to permit external seating …

Premises licence application: Le Pain Quotidien, 64 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 2ET

An application has been made to Camden Council for a new premises licence at Le Pain Quotidien, 64 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 2ET. The application seeks a licence for the sale by retail of alcohol for consumption on and off the premises from 10am to 11pm Monday to Saturday and from 12noon to 10.30pm …

New legislation threatens to turn streets into ‘large outside bars’ say West End community groups

New legislation making its way through Parliament this week could turn streets into "large outside bars" if it is not amended says the organisation representing community groups in London's West End. The Business and Planning Bill is being rushed through Parliament. The Business and Planning Bill includes a range of measures to help businesses recover …

Three venues in Fitzrovia seek late night licences

Entrance to bar.

Late night licence applications for three premises in Fitzrovia are currently being consulted upon by Camden Council. Owners of the Reverend JW Simpson in Goodge Street are seeking to vary their existing licence to serve alcohol until 2am on four nights a week. The application states: "The proposed variation is to extend the sale of …

Late hours cut for five star hotel in Berners Street

Front of hotel.

Westminster City Council has reduced the licensing hours of a five star hotel in Fitzrovia after receiving complaints about noise nuisance from the premises.   A review of the premises licence of The London Edition hotel, 10 Berners Street, was held on 17 September to consider an application submitted by a local resident on the grounds of the prevention …

Air quality and licensing under discussion at Bloomsbury community meeting

Smog over central London.

Camden Council's Bloomsbury ward Councillors are hosting a meeting to discuss air quality in Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia, and Camden’s Licensing Policy this Monday. Councillors Sabrina Francis, Adam Harrison, and Rishi Madlani invite Bloomsbury ward residents to views on the air quality problem, and how licensing policy could better address local concerns about the social impact of sales of alcohol. …

Westminster council dumps paper for digital in planning and licensing consultations

Westminster City Council is changing the way it consults on planning and licensing applications in a move towards paperless working. From 1 October 2015 the consultation period for planning applications will also be extended from 21 to 28 days. In an email to Westminster's amenity societies the council says it will change to a near paperless …