A potential new pub under the converted railway arches in Bexley has applied for a licence to sell alcohol.

The application was made by Cock and Bucket Ltd to the London Borough of Bexley, seeking permission to sell alcohol at the premises known as Arch 3, 3 Mill Row, Bexley High Street.

Arch 3 is along the terrace of converted railway arches, two doors down from Baltizer Indian restaurant and takeaway.

A property listing for Arch 3 on The Arch Co shows the premises as 'Under Offer', for a rental price of £20,000 per year.

Proposed hours of opening are from 11am to 11.30pm, Monday through Sunday, with extended hours until 1am on Christmas Eve and 2am on New Year's Eve.

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The proposed hours for alcohol sales are the same as the opening hours.

The application requests permission to sell alcohol both on and off the premises.

Objections to the application can be made in writing until May 6, 2024, to the Licensing Partnership, P.O. Box 182, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1GP.

The nature of the business for Cock and Bucket Ltd is listed as 'public houses and bars' on Companies House.

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