Wednesday, 6 March 2013

License Application: Dixy Chicken, 450 Wilbraham Road

I have now received notification that an application has been received by the City Council for a Premises Licence Variation for Dixy Chicken, 450 Wilbraham Road.

A summary of the application is as follows:

The application seeks to extend the terminal hour for late night refreshment, which is the only licensable activity permitted by this licence. The current and proposed hours are as follows:

Trading hours for the provision of late night refreshment:

Current hours: Sun to Thur 2300 to 0100, Fri and Sat 2300 to 0200

Proposed hours: Sun to Wed 2300 to 0100, Thurs to Sat 2300 to 0300

Opening hours for the premises:

Current hours: Sun to Thur 1100 to 0100, Fri and Sat 1100 to 0200

Proposed hours: Sun to Wed 1100 to 0100, Thurs to Sat 1100 to 0300

Seasonal variation

The application also requests seasonal variations as follows:

New Year: 2300 on 31 December to to 0400 on 1 January

British Summertime: One additional hour on the night the clocks go forward

Sundays preceding a Bank Holiday Monday: terminal hour of 0400

If you have any comments, you can make these directly to The Licensing Unit (e-mail: or write to: The Licensing Unit, Regulatory & Enforcement Services, Premises Team, PO Box 271, Manchester, M18 8YU by 2 April 2013. The Licensing Authority may only consider a representation relating to the effect of granting of a licence on the licensing objectives, which are: Prevention of crime and disorder; Public Safety; Prevention of public nuisance and the Protection of children from harm.

As a local Councillor I can make representations to support local residents; as can John Leech MP (; 434 3334). If you wish for us to do so, please let us know and send us a copy of any representation you may be making.

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