Businesses that must close because of new coronavirus regulations

To reduce the spread of infection, a number of businesses and venues across the country must temporarily close, and not to open for trade.

The Government created new regulations to enforce these closures where necessary. A business operating in breach of these regulations will be committing an offence.

Coronavirus and the change in application process

As a result of social distancing measures, all applications or Temporary Event Notices (TENs) should be sent electronically. Either through:

the GOV.UK website

Or download and complete the application form by hand, then scan and email it to Licensing@towerhamlets.gov.uk

As a last measure we will also accept photographed applications/TENs emailed to us

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Licence applications received this week

Applications/ notifications received since 19/01/2021

Application/Notification Date Licence/ Notification Type Premises Name Address Start Date (TENs Only) End Date (TENs Only)
14/01/2021 Late Temporary Event Notice - TEN Funk 142 Columbia Road, E2 7RG 22/01/2021 23/01/2021
18/01/2021 Minor Variation - Adjustment to Lic. Hours New Road Hotel 103-107 New Road, E1 1HJ    
12/01/2021 Minor variation - Late Night Levy premise Rooster's Piri Piri 558 Mile End Road, E3 4PL    
14/01/2021 Premise Licence Players Social 1 Crispin Place, E1 6DW