Pending licensing applications under the Licensing Act 2003
We aim to update this list of pending alcohol and entertainment licence applications within 3 working days of receiving an application.
This page also gives details of how you can make representations on an application (either in support or against it). Only pending licensing applications (new and variation applications) can be viewed on this page. See the public licensing register for up-to-date information on licences which have been granted –
public register on licence holders.
Name of premises: Moorcock Inn
Halifax Road, Littleborough OL15 0LD
Type of application: variation
Name of applicant: John Darren Brogan
Provisions applied for: live music, indoors and outdoors at the times listed:
- Thursdays: 12 noon–12 midnight
- Fridays: 12 noon–12.30am
- Saturtdays: 12 noon–12.30am
- Sundays: 12 noon–10pm
Last date for representations (either in support or against it): Tuesday, 2 November 2021
Name of premises: Island Rumz
Address: 14 Croydon Avenue, Rochdale OL11 2YQ
Type of application: new
Name of applicant: Delgado Junior Waite and Craig Hunt
Provisions applied for: supply of alcohol off the premises, Monday-Sunday 12noon-8pm
Last date for representations (either in support or against it): Tuesday, 9 November 2021
Submitting a representation on a pending licensing application
Any representation (either in support or against it) must be relevant to the application and made on the grounds of any of the following licensing objectives:
- Preventing crime and disorder
- Preventing public nuisance
- Protecting children from harm
- Public safety
Any representation must be received by our Licensing Service by the last date of representation listed for that particular application and any representations received after this date cannot by law be accepted.
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application. A person guilty of an offence is liable on summary conviction to a fine of up to about £5,000 (not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale).
Licensing sub-committee hearings
If representations against an application are made and not withdrawn, we will list the application for consideration at a licensing sub-committee hearing. We aim to hold a hearing within 20 working days from the last date of representations.
If you've made representation on an application, we'll invite you to attend the licensing sub-committee hearing. You can speak directly to the hearing committee if you want to.
After the hearing, the committee may:
- Take no action
- Reject the application
- Change, add or remove licence conditions
- Exclude certain activities from the licence