Residents have in the past been able to send representations to email@example.com. WCC has informed us that this email address will be no longer in use as of the 1st September 2022. Therefore, email representations in respect of licence applications and all other queries should now be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org instead.
News31 August 2022
The measures currently in place to address the crisi are clearly going to have an effect on licensing processes and timescales. Following developments earlier in the week, no hearings involving actual physical attendance will take place for some considerable time. The Council has adjourned all hearings due to take place this w/c 16 March and […]
We hope to continue to operate with as little disruption as possible. Our offices are closed until further notice and we are now working from home until further notice. We will still be available as usual by email during normal office hours. If you need to speak on the telephone, please do not phone the […]
The 2019 London@legalwalk took place on Monday 17th June 2019 – and Team Citizens Advice Westminster completed it just under two hours.
Residents can now keep up to date with licensing applications in their area by creating a MyWestminster account, where they can subscribe and receive alerts on licensing applications across the borough. Residents who have previously had a ‘Public Access’ account will have to create a new MyWestminster account with the same login email address to […]
During the refurbishment of City Hall, 64 Victoria Street SW1, Licensing Sub-Committee hearings have taken place at 5 The Strand. They have now moved back to the newly refurbished City Hall, unless the Notice of Hearing states otherwise. The full address is: 18th Floor, Westminster City Council, City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, Westminster, SW1E 6QP.
After a period of time when plans of premises were not made available for public view on the City Council’s online Licensing Register, they are now being made available again. There will therefore be no need for residents to make an appointment at the Council offices to view plans submitted with licence applications.
Please see below guides which you might find useful: The licensing process for ‘sexual entertainment venues’ for residents in Westminster Licensing Act 2003 Gambling Act 2005 Resolving problems with licensed premises Licensing hearings: A 10 step guide for residents in City Westminster
It is a good time to reiterate the Council’s requirements regarding late submissions ahead of licensing hearings. In accordance with its Rules of Procedure for Licensing Sub-Committee Hearings, additional submissions/information/documentation should be received by the Council by noon 3 working days prior to a hearing, a the latest. As hearings are usually on Thursdays, in […]
A House of Lords Select Committee has been set up to assess the impact of Licensing Act 2003 since it came fully into force in November 2005. The Select Committee has recently issued a ‘Call for Evidence’, seeking views from a wide range of stakeholders and interested parties. The consultation seeks views on the general […]