Southwark Events have received an application for a ‘Pub in the Park’ event in Dulwich Park with the chef Tom Kerridge, it would be on the West Lawns (ie the football pitches nearest the car park), and would include food, alcohol sales and live music. Attendance 3,500 for each of 4 sessions. The ‘event build’ will commence 28 June and be cleared by 8 July.
If you wish to object there are two applications –
1) Event License – consultation period expires Wednesday 11 December; objections can be on any grounds (increase in traffic, parking problems , noise, damage to park , residents prevented from using large area of park for at least 10 days etc); e-mail objections to email@example.com quoting the event reference SWKEVE000303
2) Premises license – consultation period ends Friday 13 December, objections on grounds of prevention of crime, public nuisance, protection of children from harm; e-mail objections to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting License Number 870949. Application can be viewed at http://app.southwark.gov.uk/Licensing/LicPremisesAppliedDetails.asp?systemkey=870949
Further details of the proposed event as circulated by Southwark Events are as follows:
I would like to draw your attention to an event application we have received for Dulwich Park.
Event Name – Tom Kerridge presents ‘Pub in the Park’
Location – Dulwich Park
The event is ‘Pub in the Park’ (PitP), presented by high-profile celebrity chef, Tom Kerridge. The Dulwich Park event will be one of a series of PitP events held at various locations across the country, including Chiswick House in West London.
The event would take place over the 3rd, 4th and 5th of July 2020
It is run in AM and PM sessions and each session can accommodate up to 3,500 ticket holders.
Event activity includes chef demos, food and drink tasting and trading stalls and a programme of music. More information can be found in the supporting documentation and on the event website: www.pubintheparkuk.com
Event Officer comments;
This consultation will run for a period of 28 days, finishing on Wednesday 11th December.
Please note; The event will require a premises licence and in line with this requirement, the organisers of the event are expected to submit a premises licence application this week. The Blue notices advertising the premises licence application will be displayed around the park within a 24 hour period of the application being submitted. The premises licence consultation will also run for a period of 28 days.
If you have any concerns, or questions about the event application, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
If you have any questions, or concerns about the premises licence application, please adhere to the instructions on the Blue notices, or the Licensing web site: www.southwark.gov.uk/business/licences/business-premises-licensing