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PROTECT GREENBANK PARK

Friends of Greenbank Park and the Banks Neighbourhood Group are asking to object to a licence licensing application for the 92 seater cafe next to the children's play area

Time is running out to object to a licensing application for the 92 seater cafe next to the children's play area to sell alcohol every day from midday to 11.00pm, for off-licence sales of alcohol during those same hours, and for this venue, with an entertainments licence, to open until 11.30pm every day of the year.

We believe that if this application is approved: 

  • There will be more crime and anti-social behaviour in and around the park
  • Children and families will be discouraged from using the park and play area
  • Neighbours will be disturbed by drunken behaviour until late into the night
  • The already serious parking and speeding problems in our streets will get worse
  • There will be more litter in the park, including glasses and bottles, which could pose a threat to children, pets and wildlife

 ACT NOW! HERE IS HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND PROTECT OUR PARK:

 Send an objection to Liverpool City Council Licensing Authority before Friday 3rd August 2018 regarding: THE POTTING SHED, GREENBANK ROAD, L18 1HQ

 

You can send your objection:

By email to:                licensingact2003@liverpool.gov.uk

Online at:                    https://forms.liverpool.gov.uk/contour-forms/licensing-representation

 By post to:                 Liverpool City Council

                                    Licensing and Public Protection Services

                                    Cunard Building

                                    Water Street

                                    Liverpool

                                    L3 1AH

                                   

By post you can either write a letter or fill in and send the form (don't forget to sign it) which can be downloaded from: https://liverpool.gov.uk/media/9160/representation-form.docYour objection must arrive by Friday 3rd August 2018 to be considered by the Licensing Sub Committee.

From: Friends of Greenbank Park and the Banks Neighbourhood Group

Email us: protectgreenbankpark@gmail.com

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