The city council, as Licensing Authority, is required to publish public registers relating to applications for and licences and certificates issued under the Licensing Act 2003. The registers are cumulative and are available via the Southampton and Eastleigh Licensing Partnership's site.
Licensing Act 2003, Review of a Premises Licence - 31 March 2021
- Cattle Steakhouse, 14-15 Hanover Buildings, Southampton SO14 1EA
Licensing Act 2003, Review of a Premises Licence - 25 February 2021
- Bitterne Park Hotel - 2.4 Cobden Avenue, Southampton SO18
Licensing Act 2003, Review of a Premises Licence - 26 January 2021
- Ceno Bar and Restaurant - 119 Highfield Lane, Southampton SO17 1AQ
Licensing Act 2003, Application for a Premises Licence - 7 April 2021
Extracts from the register, including a list of current applications, appear below and are periodically updated.
If what you require does not appear here or in Public Access, please contact the licensing team to ask whether the information you require is available.
Extracts from the register
Notices of application
The licensing authority is required by the legislation to advertise applications on its website for:
- New premises licences
- Variations of premises licences (but not minor variations, applications to vary the designated premises supervisors or insert the alternative condition)
- Provisional statements
- New club premises certificates
- Variations of club premises certificates (but not minor variations)
The notice must remain on the web site for a period of 28 days from the day following the day on which the licensing authority received the application. The applicant must also give notice of the application outside the premises for 28 days and once in a local newspaper.
Applications for minor variation of licences or certificates are only required to be advertised by the applicant outside the premises for 10 working days - these will appear in Public Access.
Current Licence, Certificate and Provisional Statement Applications
Please see the below for details of current applications for new licences or certificates, provisional statements or substantive variations of licences or certificates - further details, including copies of applications, are via the links below:
- Porters Steakhouse, Unit 2 Havelock Chambers, 20-22 Queens Terrace SO14 3BQ - expires
6 May Extended 13 May 2021
- Top Catch, 275 Shirley Road, Southampton SO15 3HS - expires 8 May 2021
- Crammed Inn, 48 High Street, Southampton SO14 2NS - expires
18 May Extended 20 May 2021
- Little Alex Restaurant, 100C St. Mary Street, Southampton SO14 1PE - expires 20 May 2021
- Ritas, 48-49 Oxford Street, Southampton SO14 3DP - expires
26 May Extended 28 May 2021
- Quayside, Unit 3, Azera Capstan Road, Southampton SO19 9UR - expires 27 May 2021
- Southampton International Boat Show, Herbert Walker Avenue, Western Docks, Southampton - expires 28 May 2021
Reviews - Public Register
Reviews: any of the responsible authorities or interested parties may apply for a review of a premises licence or club premises certificate on grounds that are relevant to one or more of the statutory licensing objectives or may make representations about a review during the notice period. For a copy of the public notice and the application for review.
Please see below for details of current review applications - further details, including copies of applications, are available in Public Access.
Current review applications
Representations to applications new premises licences or club premises certificates, their variation or review may be made by any of the responsible authorities - Police, Fire, Environmental Health, Planning, Trading Standards, Public Health, Child Protection, the Health and Safety Executive or the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (for vessels) - or any other person. Only persons making representations within the time limits of the public notice may be heard at any subsequent hearing in relation to that application and only on the matters raised in their representation. Should a person who has made a valid representation wish to expand upon a specific point raised in their written representation by producing or relying on additional evidence at the hearing then this must be served on all the parties in advance of the hearing date and in good time to allow proper consideration.
The Police and Environmental Health may object to temporary event notices or ask for conditions to be imposed. Only the Police may object to personal licence applications, transfers of licences or variations of designated premises supervisor.
To be valid, every representations must engage with one or more of the statutory licensing objectives:
- The prevention of crime and disorder
- Public safety
- The prevention of public nuisance
- The protection of children from harm
Please see our representations page for more information.