Several venues in Worthing are hoping to open into the early hours.
Both The Factory Live on Ivy Arch Road and Tops Pizza on South Farm Road are looking to extend their hours to 3am.
The music venue is currently permitted to open Sunday through Thursday from 8am to 11pm and Friday and Saturday until 1am.
The Factory Live, Ivy Arch Road
The current license also means it can sell alcohol between lunchtime and close of business and host entertainment during opening hours.
Now the venue wants to open Sunday through Thursday between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday between 8 a.m. and 3 a.m. and sell alcohol.
Tops Pizza, 14 South Farm Road, used to be a Thai restaurant and has also proposed later opening hours.
The takeaway, which officially opened on July 10, has applied to Worthing Borough Council for a new license to open between midday and 3am seven days a week.
Another venue, also on South Farm Road, is hoping to be open until 11pm seven days a week.
8th place EU Market hopes to open and sell alcohol between 8am and 11pm.
Londis, on Montague Street
Meanwhile, Londis Churchill’s News at 115 Montague Street has applied to the council to open and sell alcohol 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
It is currently open Sunday to Wednesday from 7am to midnight and Thursday to Saturday from 7am to 1am.
Public consultations on the above license applications remain open and further details can be found on the WBC website:
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