With the previous operating company going into liquidation in December 2016, an application for an alcohol licence for Man vs Food at 42 Syon Lane has been submitted to Hounslow Council.
Man vs Food
This new application is for the sale of alcohol on the premises (including outside on the pavement) on Monday to Friday 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm and Saturday to Sunday 12:00 pm to Midnight to coincide with premises opening times.
The previous licence allowed for the sale of alcohol on the premises (inside the premises only) Monday to Friday 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm and Saturday to Sunday 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Anyone wishing to submit a representation must do so by Wednesday 11 October 2017.
For a representation to be relevant, it must deal with the effect of the application on the promotion of the four licensing objectives:
- The prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- The prevention of public nuisance
- The protection of children from harm
Representations should be emailed to Licensing@hounslow.gov.uk.
An earlier planning application submitted by Network Homes to Hounslow Council in March 2016 was quietly withdrawn that November with nothing doing until another, intrinsically the same, appeared late August 2017.
This new application carries the reference P/2017/3612 and a look at the Hounslow Council planning pages shows pretty much the same accompanying documents with little updating which I have raised with the planning team.
What is not clear from the application is whether there is still a proposal to incorporate the site of 1A St Johns Road as the handwritten form just states “3-5 St Johns Road”.
Neighbours have been sent letters offering the opportunity to make their written comments.
Local Democracy Week runs from 9 to 15 October and gives local people opportunities to be listened to and influence decisions.
Following a well attended Isleworth and Brentford Area Forum at Spring Grove House last Thursday, another will take place on Monday 9 October 2017 at 7.00 pm at Brentford Free Church, Boston Manor Road, TW8 8DW to mark Local Democracy Week.
Special because that evening we plan to focus on the IBAF Action Plan where each councillor has been sponsoring a particular piece of work within our area, an Open Forum devised led by young people from local schools and the input of agencies and council departments delivering in Isleworth and Brentford.
The meeting agenda has just been published and will include updates from
- Transport for London
- Hounslow Highways and its Hounslow Council Contracts Management counterpart
- Hounslow Council Enforcement
- Hounslow Council Parks
- Hounslow Council Traffic and Transport.
All residents are welcome to attend and contribute alongside the area’s 12 ward councillors.
Filed under Brentford, Council Business, Events, Great West Road, Hounslow Highways, Leisure, London Road, Middlesex, Neighbourhoods, Northumberland Estate, Osterley, Parks, Public transport, Roads, Schools, Spring Grove, Thornbury Park, Traffic, Wyke Green
At Hounslow Council’s Annual General Meeting on 23 May 2017, I had the honour of being appointed to the Chair of the Isleworth and Brentford Area Forum for 2017/2018.
Until now, the location of the IBAF meetings have been pretty static, held in Brentford but this year we are taking this bi monthly democratic event on the road and trying as best to give advance notice of items planned for discussion and decision.
Tomorrow’s meeting will be held in Syon Ward at the St Johns Community Centre, 80 St Johns Road, Isleworth then on 28 September 2017 we shall be at the splendid Spring Grove House, West Thames College. Current proposals for locations and items for future meetings through to March 2018 can be found here.
A special meeting of the IBAF, to mark Local Democracy Week 2017, is being planned for early October 2017 where the focus will be on the current IBAF Action Plan and a Young People’s Open Forum; details will follow when firm.
All are welcome to attend and to contribute via the regular Open Forum agenda item and by submitting written questions prior, particularly relating to matters from the IBAF’s four constituent Wards, Osterley & Spring Grove; Isleworth; Isleworth; Brentford but also other Hounslow Council matters.
Following a refusal at the 12 January 2017 Planning Committee, an amended application is back before councillors on Thursday 9 March 2017 at the Civic Centre, Lampton Road on the agenda for a meeting that starts at 7.30 pm.
Dudley House, The Grove, Isleworth
A copy of the planning officer’s report can be found here with a recommentation for approval.
Not shared in time for mention in the committee report, a 109 signature petition making comment on the planning application in relation to the Spring Grove Conservation Area was given to me for handing in to the council’s planners. A copy of the petition prayer can be found here and its content will be referred to in an Addendum Report in time for the meeting.