Premises licence applications 

We publish details of applications for the grant or variation of premises licences or club premises certificates which are currently being considered. This list is updated on a weekly basis.

Applications received from 13 to 14 April 2022
Dre Goch Isaf
Address Llandyrnog, Denbigh, Denbighshire, LL16 4HY.
Type of licence Premises
Variation or grant Grant
Date received 13 April 2022
Licence number N/A
Hours of operation Monday to Saturday: 10am to 11pm
Sunday: 10am to 8pm
Licence activities Alcohol
Last date for representations 10 May 2022
Applications received from 30 March to 1 April 2022
Bryneglwys Village Shop & Tea Room
Address The Parish Rooms, Bryneglwys, Corwen, Denbighshire, LL21 9LN.
Type of licence Premises
Variation or grant Grant
Date received 30 March 2022
Licence number N/A
Hours of operation Monday to Saturday: 9am to 6pm
Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Licence activities Alcohol
Last date for representations 27 April 2022
Applications received from 23 to 25 March 2022
Urdd National Eisteddfod Site 2022
Address Land at Kilford Farm, Whitchurch Road, Denbigh, Denbighshire.
Type of licence Premises
Variation or grant Grant
Date received 25 March 2022
Licence number N/A
Hours of operation 29 May to 4 June 2022
Licence activities Alcohol
Last date for representations 23 April 2022
Llangollen Railway Trust Ltd.
Address The Station, Abbey Road, Llangollen, Denbighshire, LL20 8SN.
Type of licence Premises
Variation or grant Grant
Date received 23 March 2022
Licence number N/A
Hours of operation Monday to Sunday, 8am until midnight
Licence activities Alcohol and Late Night Refreshment
Last date for representations 20 April 2022

Representations

If you are concerned that a premises licence application will have a negative effect for you or your family, you can object to it by making a representation to the council. This applies to new licence applications and applications to vary (change) existing licences.

How do I make a representation?

You can either make a representation as an individual or as a group.

Representations can only be made based on how the application affects you or your group under the four aims of the Licensing Act 2003, which are: 

  • preventing crime and disorder
  • preventing public nuisance 
  • public safety 
  • protecting children from harm

This means that you can object to any licence being granted, ask for times to be amended or conditions to be added as long as your representation can be linked to one of these fours aims of the Act.

To make a representation, write a letter to us and include your details, those of the premises concerned, details of your objection, and any suggested conditions that would alleviate your concerns if they were applied to the application. Send the letter to: 

Licensing Team
Denbighshire County Council
Caledfryn
Smithfield Road
Denbigh
Denbighshire
LL16 3RJ

You can also email your representation to licensing@denbighshire.gov.uk.  If you e-mail us, please make sure that your representation includes a scanned signature.

For your representation to be considered, we must receive it by the closing date shown on the list of current applications.