Council receives application for new licence at well-known Millbay pub
A CITY pub could be reborn from the ashes if licensing chiefs give it the green light.
The new application for a licence to sell alcohol, provide regulated entertainment and to have late-night refreshment for the Phoenix Tavern in Phoenix Street, Millbay has been received by Plymouth City Council.
The last licensee was Neil McTighe, who, according to council records, applied for a "cancellation/surrender" of the licence from August 4, 2009 to January 24, 2011.
The application, received by licensing officers on February 20, was made by Debra Price. A council spokesman confirmed the authority had received the application and said the last date for representation was March 20.
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The spokesman said: "If no objections are received then the application will be automatically granted. If objections are received and not withdrawn then the application will go to committee."
Details of all current licensing applications are available on www.plymouth.gov.uk/homepage/business/licensing/licensingact/licensingapplications.htm