Bar and club licensing figures

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn wedi cael ei oedi. Yn ôl y gyfraith, dylai Croydon Borough Council fel arfer wedi ymateb yn brydlon a erbyn (manylion)

Dear Croydon Borough Council,

I would like to request this information.

1) The number of businesses that have applied for alcohol licenses since 2013, broken down into each year in the borough?
2) The number of these licenses above that were successful broken down into each year?
3) The number of applications for new club premises of all bands to be opened up in the borough since 2013 broken down into each year?
4) The number of these applications above that were successful broken down into each year?
5) The number of applications for new bars to be opened in the borough since 2013 broken down into each year?
6) The number of the applications above that were successful broken down into each year?
7) The number of late night premises applications in the borough since 2013 broken down into each year?
8) The number of the applications above that were successful broken down into each year?
9) The number of Temporary Event Notices that were applied for in the borough since 2013 broken down into each year?
10) The number of the above licenses that were successful broken down into each year?

Yours faithfully,

Andy Rush

Freedom of Information, Croydon Borough Council

 

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