Monday, 22 June 2009

iBar 2 am Club Licence Application

Action required before 30th June

The iBar, previously The Real Music Club and The Bull & Butcher pub situated in the High Road next to Boots, has applied to Barnet Council for a club style venue licence for alcohol, music, live bands, dancing, etc. with a terminal hour for the premises to be cleared of 2:30 am extended to 3 am on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with premises closing at 4 am.

If such a licence is granted there may be a high risk of anti social behaviour and nuisance from the effects of intoxication leading to a possibly increased risk of crime and disorder including drink and drug related offences which may threaten public safety.

If you wish to object to this application, your objection must be submitted to the London Borough of Barnet no later than 30th June and there will be a hearing 20 working days after this deadline. Submit your objection to:

Michelle Rudland
Licensing Team
London Borough of Barnet
North London Business Park
Oakleigh Road South
N11 1NP

Or by email to

There are four main grounds for objection:
  1. Public safety
  2. The prevention of crime and disorder
  3. The prevention of public nuisance
  4. The protection of children from harm
Download an example letter of objection here and read Barnet Council's licensing policy here.

Sergeant Mark Altman
Licensing Officer

t. 020 8733 5261

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