Another Lord Street Shop to make way for boozer

15th August 2015

Photo: New location for licenced premises

Mrs Sinclair has applied for a news Premises Licence for the ground floor 589 Lord Street.


Design and Access Statement prepared in respect of the new shop front and an outdoor seating area to the front at 689 Lord Street, Southport



ots-lord-street plans


New shop front

It is proposed to remove two portions of the existing shop front on Lord Street and Seabank Road and replace them with bi-folding doors. The doors will be of the same material and colour as the remaining shop windows. The existing entrance door is suitable for the disabled person’s access and there are no other changes to the external fabric of the building.

Outdoor seating area

The occupiers of the property at 589 Lord Street sell ‘real ales and beers’, tea, coffee and light refreshments to the public to eat in or take away. It is proposed to provide an area on the footpath adjacent to the font of the shop and furnished with tables and chairs where people can also sit down and consume their purchases.

The Equipment

The tables and chairs that are proposed have been used at numerous locations throughout Southport, They are manufactured to a high standard using high quality materials and requiring minimum maintenance. The tables and chairs are to be TAG Aluminium Malta EMO3AS Range.

The barriers are manufactured from stainless steel posts and rails, with a canvas panel spanning between the posts and rails. The barriers are fully removable and portable and will be stored in the premises when not in use. Details are shown on the submitted drawing.


A clear pedestrian route, equivalent to the width of the canopies on Lord Street, has been included adjacent to the shop front for those walking past the premises and there will be ample space on the opposite side between the tables and the existing street furniture. The screens are designed to create a defined and enclosed area for the safety of the patrons and stop the tables and chairs from straying out of the area.

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