Comment on supermarket’s alcohol plan
Published: Friday 24th February 12
The council’s licensing team are consulting the public over plans by Sainsbury’s to sell alcohol 24 hours a day at their store in Clapham Junction.
The supermarket has applied for a licence to sell alcohol around the clock seven days a week at their branch in the concourse of the railway station.
A public consultation is now underway and will continue until Friday March 9, giving local residents the chance to voice their opinions on the supermarket's plans.
People who wish to comment should email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Environmental Services and Community Safety, Wandsworth Town Hall, London SW18 2PU.
Comments must relate to one or more of the four licensing objectives as laid down in the current legislation. These are:
The prevention of crime and disorder
The protection of public safety
The prevention of public nuisance
The protection of children from harm
For more information about licensing laws and what to do if you are experiencing problems from licensed premises visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/licensing.