Civic Licensing – Late Hours Catering Application(s) in NTBCC’s Area : 5 February 2024

Adapted from a civic notice received by the New Town & Broughton Community Council from the Council’s Licensing Service, in relation to new Late Hours Catering Licence application(s) in NTBCC’s area.

Should you wish to share your views/concerns with NTBCC, please contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.

Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation to the City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Service, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by; <see below> (please note we recommend forwarding representations by e-mail to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk).

517333    3-5 South St Andrew Street (McDonald’s), Edinburgh, EH2 2AU     Sun-Thu 23.00-02.00 ; Fri & Sat 23.00-03.00
Closing date for written submissions:  4 March 2024

Full details of the applications can be found here:

www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/13239/licensing-registers-civic

Civic Licensing – Late Hours Catering Application(s) in NTBCC’s Area : 24 January 2024

Adapted from a civic notice received by the New Town & Broughton Community Council from the Council’s Licensing Service, in relation to new Late Hours Catering Licence application(s) in NTBCC’s area.

Should you wish to share your views/concerns with NTBCC, please contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.

Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation to the City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Service, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by; <see below> (please note we recommend forwarding representations by e-mail to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk).

515957    137 Princes Street (McDonald’s), Edinburgh, EH2 4BL     Sun-Thu 23.00-02.00 ; Fri & Sat 23.00-03.00
Closing date for written submissions:  21 February 2024

Full details of the applications can be found here:

www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/13239/licensing-registers-civic

Civic Licensing – Second Hand Dealer Application(s) in NTBCC’s Area : 15 January 2024

Adapted from a civic notice received by the New Town & Broughton Community Council from the Council’s Licensing Service, in relation to new Second Hand Dealer Licence application(s) in NTBCC’s area.

Should you wish to share your views/concerns with NTBCC, please contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.

Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation to the City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Service, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by; <see below> (please note we recommend forwarding representations by e-mail to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk).

516215   106 – 108 Rose Street (Goodwins Antiques), Edinburgh, EH2 3JF      Tue-Sat 10.00-17.00
Closing date for written submissions:  7 February 2024

508065   95 – 96A Princes Street (Mobile Plus), Edinburgh, EH2 2ER      Mon-Sun 09.00-19.00
Closing date for written submissions:  12 February 2024

Full details of the applications can be found here:

www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/13239/licensing-registers-civic

Street Trading, Market Operators, Mobile Trading Consultation – NTBCC response December 2023

NTBCC submitted the following in response to the consultation at Street Trading and Market Operators – City of Edinburgh Council – Citizen Space on 11 December.


Introduction

1 What is your name?

New Town & Broughton Community Council

2 What is your email address?

licensing (at) ntbcc.org.uk

3 What is your organisation (if relevant)?

NTBCC Licensing

4 Please choose which of the following best describes you.

Community Council representative Continue reading

Civic Licensing – Second Hand Dealer Application(s) in NTBCC’s Area : 5 December 2023

Adapted from a civic notice received by the New Town & Broughton Community Council from the Council’s Licensing Service, in relation to new Second Hand Dealer Licence application(s) in NTBCC’s area.

Should you have any queries/concerns or wish to share your views with NTBCC, you may contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.

Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation to the City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Service, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by; <see below> (please note we recommend forwarding representations by e-mail to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk).

515339    43 Dundas Street (James Scott Antiques), Edinburgh, EH3 6QQ      Mon-Sun 10.00-12.00 & 14.00-16.00
Closing date for written submissions:  2 January 2024

Full details of the applications can be found here:

www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/13239/licensing-registers-civic

Civic Licensing – Late Hours Catering Application(s) in NTBCC’s Area : 5 December 2023

Adapted from a civic notice received by the New Town & Broughton Community Council from the Council’s Licensing Service, in relation to new Late Hours Catering Licence application(s) in NTBCC’s area.

Should you have any queries/concerns or wish to share your views with NTBCC, you may contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applications for the undernoted licences have been received by The City of Edinburgh Council.

Anyone wishing to object to the grant of a licence must lodge a written objection or representation specifying the grounds of the objection or the nature of the representation to the City of Edinburgh Council, Licensing Service, 249 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1YJ, by; <see below> (please note we recommend forwarding representations by e-mail to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk).

516698  1 South Charlotte Street (KFC), Edinburgh, EH2 4AN      Mon-Sun 23.00-02.00
Closing date for written submissions:  2 January 2024

Full details of the applications can be found here:

www.edinburgh.gov.uk/downloads/download/13239/licensing-registers-civic

Civic Licensing – Street Trading and Market Operators Consultation, closes 13 December 2013

Adapted from the post on the Council’s Consultation Hub, the Council’s Regulatory Committee is interested in the public’s views on street trading and the operation of markets in the city.

Closing date for online submissions:  13 December 2023.

Should you have any queries or concerns, or wish to share your views with NTBCC – please contact us by email to licensing@ntbcc.org.uk


For many years the Council has controlled street trading and the operation of markets by requiring these activities to be licensed.

A Street Trader’s Licence is needed to sell goods or services on the street – for example:

  • selling tourist gifts on the Royal Mile
  • ice cream vans
  • pedicabs
  • street food vans

A Market Operator’s licence is needed to operate a market where goods are offered for sale by more than one seller.

Requiring a licence for these activities means that the Council can check to make sure that they help to keep the city safe, clean, well-maintained and attractive. Street trading and markets should also provide more choice for customers, promoting and protecting the economic wellbeing of the city.

All licence holders are vetted during the application process to ensure that they are ‘fit and proper’ to hold a licence.  This means that Police Scotland carries out a criminal convictions check to ensure that the applicant is a suitable person to hold a licence and meet the conditions of being a licence holder.

On 1 May 2023 the Regulatory Committee agreed to review the current Street Trading and Market Operator Policy, particularly about the licensing of these activities in the city centre. This is because there have been several changes in the city since the policy was originally agreed. For instance, there have been changes to the layout of popular street trading locations such as The Mound Precinct and Playfair Steps. Demand for the return of street trading locations at Hunter Square and the High Street continues. This must be balanced against the desire of organisers of temporary events for use of these locations.

Full details can be found here: Street Trading and Market Operators – City of Edinburgh Council – Citizen Space