Reading Biscuit Factory

Notice is hereby given that Really Local Group Limited, applied on 07/04/2021 to Reading Borough Council in respect of the premises known as Reading Biscuit Factory, 47 Oxford Road, Reading, RG1 7QE.

For the grant of a premises licence for the following:

  1. Playing of films (Sunday to Wednesday, 10.30am to 11pm/ Thursday, 10.30am to midnight/ Friday and Saturday, 10.30am to 1am )
  2. Provision of live music (Sunday to Wednesday, 10.30am to 11pm/ Thursday, 10.30am to midnight/ Friday and Saturday, 10.30am to 1am )
  3. Provision of recorded music (Sunday to Wednesday, 10.30am to 11pm/ Thursday, 10.30am to midnight/ Friday and Saturday, 10.30am to 1am )
  4. Late night refreshment ( Thursday, 10.30am to midnight/ Friday and Saturday, 10.30am to 1am )
  5. Supply of alcohol ( Sunday to Wednesday, 10.30am to 11pm/ Thursday, 10.30am to midnight/ Friday and Saturday, 10.30am to 1am )

The application was received on 7th April 2021

The closing date for representations is 5th May 2021

Any person wishing to view this application may do so at Reading Borough Council by prior arrangement between the hours of 9am to 5pm please ring 0118 9373762 to make an appointment. The application can also be requested electronically by emailing licensing@reading.gov.uk

Any person wishing to make representation to this application must do so in writing to Reading Borough Council, Licensing Section, Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading, RG1 2LU. Or via email to licensing@reading.gov.uk Representations must relate to the four licensing objectives and contain a full name and address. No written representations will have personal details removed unless the licensing authority deems it appropriate to do so. Any request for personal details to be removed should be notified to the Licensing Authority at the time of making the representation.

The Licensing Act requires local authorities to provide to the applicant copies of all representations made in relation to an application.  In some exceptional and isolated circumstances interested parties may be reluctant to make representations because of fears of violence or intimidation if their personal details such as name and address are divulged to the applicant.  In these cases we would consider withholding people’s personal details. It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the maximum fine for doing so upon summary conviction is unlimited.