Wednesday, 24 April 2013

5am for Dominos in Nicolson Street?

I see there is an application for a late hours catering licence for Dominos Pizza at 101 Nicolson Street (just opposite Tescos).  It is a new application to extend opening from 11pm to 5am.

I know some residents may want give some advice to the Regulatory Committee on this (!!) so here is the notice in full - for any comments local residents wish to submit:


THE CITY OF EDINBURGH COUNCIL

                              THE CIVIC GOVERNMENT (SCOT) ACT '82

 APPLICATIONS FOR NEW LICENCES

 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.  Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation with the Council Solicitor, City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Section, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by;  20 May 2013   The objection or representation must specify the name and address of the person making it and be signed by that person or an Agent.  Copies of objections or representations will be sent to the applicant.  Objections or representations can be delivered by hand or posted by Recorded or Registered Delivery Post so that they would normally be expected to arrive by the above date.  Late objections or representations can be considered if a good reason is given but otherwise if the terms of this Notice are not complied with, the objection or representation will be disregarded.
                                                                                 
Head of Legal, Risk & Compliance   

                                                                            

Name
Address
Category
Date and Time
 
DPGS Ltd T/A Dominos Pizzas AND Charanjit Singh
101 Nicolson Street
Edinburgh
EH8 9BY
 
Late Hours Catering New 1 Year
 MON to SUN
23:00 to 05:00
 

1 comment:

Colin C said...

The nearby Co-op is open 24 hours a day, which could be the inspiration for this application. And presumably the applicant has researched footfall and potential demand for pizzas so close to breakfst time!

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