Published: February 5, 2010
Subway store in Burnham-On-Sea wants to stay open until 3am

Burnham-On-Sea's recently-opened Subway store wants a new premises licence so that it can open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays - but a group of local residents has objected to the proposals.

Mike Bond, the owner of the Burnham franchise, has applied to Sedgemoor District Council for the store to serve refreshments on Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 3am. He also wants to open between Sunday and Thursday from 11pm to midnight.

Members of the district council's licensing panel are due to consider the application at their next meeting on Wednesday February 10th.

Licensing officer Tony Baker told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The application has given rise to objections from residents in the form of a petition of 16 names and from the town council on behalf of local residents. Concerns centre around disturbances, disorder and noise from persons attracted to the area."

Subway opened in Burnham on January 21st, more than a year after its search first started to find suitable premises in the town centre.


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