Public Notices


If you wish to make representations in relation to any of the licence applications, you must do so using our representation pack. It’s an offence to knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application, which is punishable with a maximum fine of £5000 on summary conviction. For a representation to be relevant/valid it needs to be received within the consultation period and it must be in writing and relate to one of the four licensing objectives.

Reference Number

Name of Premises

Name of Applicant


Type of Application

End date for representations

Details of application

Map of Plans

LACLUB/001/21 The Maple Leaf Club Joanne Parsons-Kilburn

Caird Hall, 1 Crawley Hill, Camberley GU15 2DA

Club Premises Certificate 27/07/2021
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 7pm - 11pm
Saturday 12pm - 11pm
Sunday 12pm - 10pm
Supply of Alcohol on the premises 
Mon-Fri 7pm - 11pm
Saturday 12pm - 11pm
Sunday 12pm - 10pm
Exhibition of Films
Mon-Sat 9am - 10pm


Location Plan

LAPREM/126/21 Amore Hair & Beauty Mark Readman 51-53 Deepcut Bridge Road, Deepcut GU16 6QT Premises Licence 27/07/2021 Mon to Sun 9am - 8pm Map
LAMIN/1564/21 Southern Co-Operative Ltd John Gaunt & Partners Southern Co-Operative Ltd 19 Frimley Road Camberley GU15 3EN Minor Variation 05/08/2021 Opening Hours Daily 06:00-23:00 Supply of Alcohol on the premises Daily 08:00-23:00  


A representation can be made against an application for a premises to carry on licensable activity within the 28 day consultation period.  Representations can also be made on premises that are making variations to an existing licence.
Representation are made by
  • Responsible authorities
  • Other persons
Fill in the appropriate form and send to the Licensing Team, Surrey Heath Borough Council, Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley GU15 3HD 

Please note: The representation form must be received by the Licensing Team, before the end of the consultation period or it will not be accepted.



Notice of Public Inspection Period

The period for the exercise of public rights under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 is normally required to include the first 10 working days of June. However, because of the potential impact of the COVID-19 virus on local authorities’ ability to have prepared their draft statement of accounts by the end of May, the requirement has been suspended for 2020.