Sainsbury’s applies for late licence to serve alcohol

By | July 29, 2017

Residents might be interested to know that Sainsbury’s in Eltham have applied for a late licence to serve alcohol until midnight from Monday to Sunday.  This is an extension from the 11pm which it is currently allowed to serve alcohol until and unfortunately, it appears there is no clear explanation for this application in the public domain.

 

The formal notification can be found at http://www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/downloads/file/1453/current_licensing_applications_-_27_july_2017 and if you would like to object, the Council’s Licensing Department can be contacted at:

 

Fourth floor, The Woolwich Centre,
35 Wellington Street,
Woolwich SE18 6HQ

 

Tel:  020 8921 8018/8374

 

Email:  licensing@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

 

Please do copy in Cllr Spencer Drury (spencer.drury@royalgreenwich.gov.uk) and Cllr Charlie Davis (charlie.davis@royalgreenwich.gov.uk) if you would like us to ensure that any objection or comment has been received by the Council’s Licensing Department.

The application details are below:

About Spencer Drury

Spencer has been one of the three Councillors for Eltham North Ward since 2002. He is currently one of two Conservative Councillors for Eltham North, being joined by Charlie Davis following a by-election in November 2016. Born in Woolwich, Spencer is a married father of two teenage children who lives on the Eltham side of Shooters Hill. Spencer was first elected to Council in 2002 and has served on Greenwich Council as a Councillor for Eltham North ward since that time. He has worked with a range of excellent fellow Councillors over that period including Dermot Poston, Douglas Ellison, Nigel Fletcher and Charlie Davis. Spencer was Deputy Leader of the Opposition from 2004 to 2006 and Leader of the Opposition from 2006 to 2015. Spencer is an active ward Councillor who has led many campaign locally including for the warm water pool to be included in the Eltham Centre and to restore free parking on western Glenlea Road. Spencer is a Trustee of Eltham United Charities (which provides free housing for older people in Eltham) and the Severndroog Castle Building Preservation Trust (which looks after Severndroog Castle). Spencer works at Colfe’s School in Lee where he is currently Director of Sixth Form.

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