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Food And Drink Licence Planning Applications

The latest city centre applications

Published on July 19th 2012.


Food And Drink Licence Planning Applications

AS stated in the Food and Drink Round-up this week the Lower Turks Head on Shudehill wants to re-open. An application is in to ensure that the present licence can be extended, as it formerly was, into the first floor area.

Speaking of first floors a new Living Ventures idea, the yet to open, sophistically down-to-earth Artisan, has applied for an alcohol and entertainment licence at First Floor Manchester House, 18-22 Bridge Street, Manchester, M3 3AB, until 2am on weekend nights.

Round the corner 47 King Street, formerly Leckenby’s, has applied for a 1am licence as it re-positions itself from cafe to a proper restaurant. Given all the business flying through San Carlo opposite this would appear to make sense.

In the Village, The Rembrandt, 33 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3LZ wants to remove a stairwell between the ground and first floors and to install a stage. Queer & Boyz, 4 Canal Street, Manchester, M1 3HE, down the road wants to extend the licence from  4am to a mind-boggling 7am.

Further down Sackville Street, Tribeca, 50 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3WF, wants to remove the bar to kids to, 'Persons under the age of 18 shall only be allowed in the main bar accompanied by adults in order to have a meal up until 2100 only. A maximum of 10 persons under the age of 18 shall be allowed in the private area in the lower ground floor of the bar accompanied by adults to attend private functions.'

On Peter Street Revolucion de Cuba, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR due to open in the next couple of months wishes us to dance and drink the night away until 3.30am.

Underground and off St Ann’s Square, Circle Media Club, 13-16 Barton Arcade, Manchester, M3 2BB, is looking to remove a restriction whereby ‘All drinks are to be decanted into polycarbonate containers. No glass is to be provided to customers, this includes champagne bottles’ to ‘The waiter / waitress will be responsible for explaining the 'House Glassware Policy' to ensure that customers understand that all champagne bottles must remain on tables and under no circumstances are customers allowed to remove them from the booths’.

More applications for licence extensions include Illy Coffee Shop, 1 The Avenue, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3AP which wants drink and entertainment extensions until 11pm and to be open until midnight.

Meanwhile on Shudehill  a ‘Takeaway (Name to be confirmed)’ wants to provide meat 'and late night refreshment' until 3am.

Bar (name to be confirmed - formerly Barcode), Lower Ground Floor, Albion Wharf, 19 Albion Street, Manchester, M1 5LN, is keen on providing drink and entertainment until 2am.

Finally down at Chethams School of Music, Long Millgate, Manchester, M3 1SB, the addition of a new school building seems to have created a party mood at the august institution and an application for drinking and dancing until midnight has gone into planning. Funny that a music school should have to apply for a music licence.

For further info from Manchester Licensing look here

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5 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

JoanJuly 19th 2012.

Can I point out that the link you provide is to 'Licensing', as is appropriate to you article, and not, as you state, to 'Planning'. Sometimes the two get confused.

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EditorialJuly 19th 2012.

Changed Madame La Councillor. Thanks

tblzebraJuly 19th 2012.

A takeaway on Shudehill wants to meat provide until 3am?
 

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Charlie ButterworthJuly 19th 2012.

It's a new concept in Kebabs

paulJuly 19th 2012.

Queer & Boyz want to provide meat till 7am

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