Another alcohol licence sought

While the March ECHO was being printed, we learned that an application has been made for a licence to sell alcohol at 52b Earlsdon Street, known recently as Lickety Lick. The application is for a premises called The Generator Food and Drink and covers Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment, between 9am and midnight, seven days per week.

The deadline for public comments on the application is Thursday 17 March and they can be submitted to the Licensing Team or sent to Earlsdon councillor Allan Andrews for him to pass on.

Any objections to the licence application must be based around one (or more) of the licensing objectives:

  1. The prevention of crime and disorder;

  2. The protection of children from harm;

  3. The prevention of public nuisance; or

  4. The promotion of public safety.