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Application for a new premises licence – Casa Nostra Ristorante

4:57 pm, Thursday, 21st December 2023 - 2 months ago

Licensing

LICENSING ACT 2003

APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application for a New Premises Licence under the above-mentioned legislation has been made by:

Mirsimil Limted

to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of the premises known as:

Casa Nostra Ristorante

which are situated at:

28 Sea View Street

Cleethorpes

DN35 8EZ

The details of the proposed licensable activities and times of operation are as follows:

Supply of Alcohol (on and off sales)

Monday to Sunday 0900 to 2300 hours

You may inspect the application at the offices of The Licensing Section, North East Lincolnshire Council, Doughty Road Depot, Doughty Road, Grimsby, DN32 0LL. Telephone (01472) 326299 or email [email protected] during normal office hours, (by appointment only).

Any representations by people, bodies, businesses or responsible authorities regarding the application must be made in writing to the Licensing Section, North East Lincolnshire Council at the above address by: 15 January 2024

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It is an offence, liable on summary conviction to a fine up to Level 5 (£5000) on the standard scale, to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with the application.

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