24th March Shawarma, 84 Brick Lane, E1 6RL. SCG has objected to the application for the supply of late night refreshments on the grounds that the proposed hours (2am daily) are completely excessive and would extend ASB throughout the night. Our objection letter can be read here.
1st March. LBTH last night refused the application for a licence at 106 Commercial Street for Time Out Market. We very much welcome this news - the plans are out of proportion to the small, enclosed site and the premises in the heart of the CIZ.
14th February. 2-10 Cobb St (PA/16/03242). SCG objected to plans to demolish these buildings. These plans were refused by LBTH on 7th February.
3rd February SCG objected to the off-sales element of an application for Hub by Premier Inn, Silwex House, Quaker St. This aspect of the application has recently been withdrawn.
18th January Time Out Market, 106 Commercial St (PA/16/03535). SCG has objected to the plans for the stables site on Commercial St. We believe the scale of the project are out of proportion to a site with such limited accessibility. We are also concerned that the emphasis of the establishment appears to be on alcohol consumption rather than the stated 'fine dining'. For both of these reasons we fear the development will cause significant problems for local residents and businesses alike. Our objection letter to LBTH can be read here.
3rd January SCG has objected to a licence application for late-night refreshment (until 1.30am/2am) and sale of alcohol at Sakana Sushi, 43a Commercial St. The premises is within the CIZ and would add to drinking capacity in the area. We believe the hours applied for are excessive and would lead to late-night disturbances for local residents. Our objection letter can be read here.
3rd January SCG objected to the off-sales element of an application for Hub by Premier Inn, Silwex House, Quaker St. We have few concerns about alcohol consumption in a hotel bar but we see no reason for alcohol to be removed from the premises and consumed on the streets. Our objection letter can be read here.