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Public notices PUBLIC NOTICE THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 16A TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – ST. STEPHEN’S ROAD E3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets proposes to make an Order, which will prohibit vehicular traffic from entering, stopping or proceeding in the length of carriageway in St. Stephens Road between its junction with Tredegar Road and its junction with Roman Road. The restriction on vehicular traffic will enable the essential removal of old rubber speed cushions and reinstating them with asphalt speed cushions to be carried out on the public highway by LBTH. The alternative route for vehicular traffic will be via Tredegar Road, Parnell Road, Old Ford Road and St. Stephens Road and vice versa The restriction on vehicular traffic will operate on Sunday 7th September 2014 and at times when temporary traffic signs are placed on the public highway pursuant to the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002. Please refer any queries regarding the above traffic restriction to Gary Branton, Asset Manager, Improvement Works Group on 020 7364 6691 or email, gary.branton @towerhamlets.gov.uk Date: 18th August 2014 JAMIE BLAKE SERVICE HEAD PUBLIC REALM MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG PUBLIC NOTICE THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE NOTICE IS GIVEN that Dago Wines Ltd has applied to London Borough of Tower Hamlet Licensing Authority for a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003. Premises: 536 Roman Road – London E3 5ES The licensable activities and timing are: Sale of alcohol – Monday to Sunday from 8:00 to 23:00. Anyone who whishes to make representation regarding this application must given notice in writing to: The Licensing Section, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, London E14 2BG. Tel 020 7364 5008. Representation must be received no later than 03/09/2014. The Application Record and Register may be viewed between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday during normal office hours at the above address. It is an offence under Section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003, knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is up to level 5 on the standard scale (£5000). PUBLIC NOTICE THE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 - SECTION 16A TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – BOW COMMON LANE E3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, having consulted with Transport for London, proposes to make an Order, which will prohibit vehicular traffic from entering, stopping or proceeding in the length of carriageway in Bow Common Lane between its junction with Ackroyd Drive and its junction with St. Pauls Way. The restriction on vehicular traffic will enable resurfacing works to be carried out on the public highway by LBTH. The alternative routes for vehicular traffic will be via St. Paul’s Way, Burdett Road and Bow Common Lane and vice versa or Ackroyd Drive, Burdett Road and St. Paul’s Way. The restriction on vehicular traffic will operate from Monday 8th September 2014 to Wednesday 10th September 2014 and at times when temporary traffic signs are placed on the public highway pursuant to The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions 2002. Please refer any queries regarding the above traffic restriction to Mike Arnold, Street Scene Engineer, Improvement Works Group on 020 7364 6868 or email mike.arnold@towerhamlets.gov. uk Date: 18th August 2014 JAMIE BLAKE SERVICE HEAD PUBLIC REALM MULBERRY PLACE 5 CLOVE CRESCENT LONDON E14 2BG PUBLIC NOTICE LONDON BOROUGH OF TOWER HAMLETS LICENSING ACT 2003 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT CNTNR Limited has applied to London Borough of Tower Hamlets Licensing Authority to vary a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003. Premises: CNTNR BAR Wood Wharf, Harbour Quay off Preston’s Road, London E14 9SB. The proposed variation is (State times where applicable): Existine licence: Sale of alcohol Period: 01 June 2014 - 30 Sept 2014 Hours of Operation: 1100 to 2230 (Mon - Sat), 1100 to 2200 (Sun) Proposed Amendment: An increase in the licensed area to include a speigeltent from Thu 11th Sep - Sun 21st Sep 2014. Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to: The Licensing Section, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Mulberry Place, 5 Clove Crescent, London E14 2BG Website: www.towerhamlets.gov.uk Tel: 020 7364 5008 Representations must be received no later than 09/ 09 / 14 The Application Record and Register may be viewed between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday during normal office hours at the above address. It is an offence under Section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003, knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is up to level 5 on the standard scale (£5000) Tanning and stretching The Worshipful Company of Curriers, one of the City’s 109 livery companies, dates from the 13th century. Currying is the process of stretching and finishing tanned leather. see below Sport Last year’s champions, the Mile End West Menaces Race to be No.1 neighbourhood Sixth annual games take place this week at Mile End BY PETER FAULKNER TOWER Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation hosts the sixth annual Summer Neighbourhood Games this Tuesday, August 19 at Mile End Leisure Centre and Stadium. The Neighbourhood Games is part of the Stepping Stone programme which aims to increase physical activity, support pathways into clubs, increase school holiday provision, contribute to the personal development of young people and their communities, and provide vocat ional experiences to improve employability for leaders in Tower Hamlets. The competition will involve 34 mini clubs that meet across Tower Hamlets and the City of London, running weekly sports sessions in local ball courts, estates and primary schools. They are run by 16- to 21-yearold physical educational teaching assistants, with more than 100 sessions active. Last year’s Games, which included sports such as football, athletics, rugby, cricket, badminton, archery, BMX, fencing, tennis and handball, saw more than 800 young people participate with Mile End West Menaces crowded champions. Other previous winners include Shoreditch Scorpions, Locksley Leopards, Old Ford Owls and Devons Road Dragons. The Games are supported by more than 50 volunteers from the Lloyd’s of London insurance market and also by the Worshipful Company of Curriers. To learn more about the programme or if you want your children to take part, call Shahadul Haque on 07956 555272 or email shahadul_ haque@ yahoo.co.uk Sport in brief The great outdoors SHADWELL Basin Outdoor Activity Centre is staging junior activities from Tuesday to Friday, August 26-29, with daily sessions from 3.45-4.45pm. They are aimed at children aged 5-6 and 7-8. Sessions must be booked by August 21. Call 7481 4210. Title support FOUR up-and-coming boxers a r e s e t t o ma ke t h e i r professional debuts on Saturday, September 6 at York Hall, Bethnal Green. The main event is the British Masters lightweight title fight between Michael Devine and Danny Cassius Connor. The debutants are heavyweight Dave Jones, lightmiddleweight Ashley Hill, light-welterweight Mickey Diggin and welterweight Ollie Pinnock. Karol Ozimkowski makes his eagerly awaited return to the ring after linking up with trainer/manager Alec Wilkey. Bike ride success THE mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has hailed the Prudential London-Surrey bike ride a huge success for the spectators and the 20,000 cyclists who took part. The event began at the Queen Elizabeth Park and went through Canary Wharf and Tower Bridge then on to Surrey, giving local enthusiasts a grandstand view. The ballot for next year’s event opens online on Monday, August 18. Take Notice of Public Notices Make sure you know what’s going on in your neighbourhood. 34 NEWS FROM TOWER HAMLETS COUNCIL AND YOUR COMMUNITY 18 – 24 AUGUST


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