Hull McDonald’s granted pavement licence to seat customers outside

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Hull McDonald’s granted pavement licence to seat customers outside

Hull McDonald’s granted pavement licence to seat customers outside
2021-04-16 13:21:00
The Hull bars, restaurants, cafes and other venues with outdoor seating pavement licences have been revealed as the council plans to relax rules to admit more people. Hull City Council records show 21 venues have been granted pavement licences under the Business and Planning Act passed in July, including McDonalds on Jameson Street. Five of the licences, which allow tables and chairs to be put on pavements and roads outside premises, have been granted to venues in Humber Street. Three have been granted to businesses on Silver Street with two given to venues on Whitefriargate, with all 21 given out in the city's central HU1 postcode area. To get the Hull Live headlines to your inbox, click here. It comes as the council announced it was planning to relax rules around the licences in part to allow venues to admit more people. The council said the moves were in recognition of work venues had done to make themselves coronavirus safe as patrons return following the easing of restrictions on Monday, April 12. Plans also come ahead of the next step in restrictions easing, set for Monday, May 17, when venues will be able to admit customers indoors for table service. The council stated pavement licences had been issued with conditions to keep roads clear for emergency vehicles, the disabled and those with limited mobility and to protect residents from noise. Garry Taylor, the council's assistant director for major projects, said: “The council is working extremely hard to help business owners recover quickly. Check public notices near you “So far, the council has provided more than £77m in grants to businesses during the pandemic. “These pavement licences are the first step in helping businesses in the hospitality sector to recover from the pandemic. “We are monitoring the situation closely and the fact that we are able to relax the terms of these licences is testament to the fantastic work our hospitality businesses are doing to protect customers and help fuel the recovery of the city.” Watch to find out more about the licensing system: Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now The council stated businesses would be advised on rule changes once they are signed off. The Hull venues granted pavement licences: Crown & Cushion, Trinity House Lane The Empress, Alfred Gelder Street Green House, Whitefriargate Kaspa's Desserts, Paragon Street The
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