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Toscana licensing application


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Pizza Toscana at 127A Lavender Hill have applied for a later licence.

I’m never really sure what to think about this sort of application, on the face of it they are primarily selling food, so you wouldn’t expect problems, but in other areas often pubs, bars and clubs are relatively trouble-free – instead it’s the late night fast-food venues where people congregate that trouble flares up.

Toscana want to extend their hours from 11pm to midnight Sunday to Thursday and stay open until 2am on the mornings following Friday and Saturday. They are also applying for a licence to sell alcohol until 11.30pm on Sunday to Thursday and right up until 2am on the mornings following Friday and Saturday.

If you want to make a representation you have until 6 April. Representations must relate to the four licensing objectives:

  • The prevention of crime and disorder
  • The prevention of public nuisance
  • Public safety
  • The protection of children from harm

The council’s licensing pages provide more information.

If you wish to make an observation you can do so by writing to:
Head of Licensing
Licensing Section
London Borough of Wandsworth
PO Box 47095
London
SW18 9AQ

or by emailing licensing@wandsworth.gov.uk

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