A NEW afternoon tea business has asked for the green light to sell alcohol from a residential property in Sandhurst.

The owners of Susie Cream Cheese Limited, a new company with a mobile food truck in Sandhurst, have requested permission to sell alcohol 24/7 from their property on Harts Leap Road.

The business’s request to sell booze from a residential property comes because it has only recently been set up.

A post on the company’s Facebook page indicates it officially opened on March 1.

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Information attached to the licensing application indicates that the alcohol will be stored in the property’s garage, but its production and shipping will be done from the residential property itself.

The applicants do not intend to offer any public access to the property for the purchase or consumption of the alcohol, however.

It is stated that all sales are to be made online and any alcohol sold will be for consumption off-premises.

Susie Cream Cheese offers afternoon tea, celebratory cakes, sharing platters,, party food, coffee and tea from its vintage mobile van, nicknamed ‘Barbara’ according to the company’s Facebook page.

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Since opening, the van has been spotted selling its delights in Crowthorne.

To comment on the licensing application, which also includes a request to sell late-night refreshments until 3am, email licensing@bracknell-forest.gov.uk referencing licence application number LI/21/00132/LAPRE1.

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