A ice rink in Bracknell’s bid for permission to hold events until 2am is yet to be decided.

Bosses at Ozone Ice Rink in Bracknell applied to host indoor sports events until 2am, and sell food and alcohol until 1am in August.

They also applied to lay recorded music and have live music performances running until 1am.

But the premises application has not been granted yet as a Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) has not been appointed.

A DPS is a person appointed who is in charge of running a business on a day-to-day basis, and all businesses and organisations that sell alcohol must have one.

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A DPS must have a personal licence to sell alcohol and must be nominated by the premises license holder for the role of designated supervisor.

They must then complete a consent form, which forms part of the online application process for a premises licence.

The ice rink is run by Matt Lock but it also has a bar area, which is run by Matt Foord. It is located at Unit 4 in the Western Trade Centre in Western Road.

Bracknell News: Ozone Ice Rink at the Western Trade Centre in Bracknell. Credit: Google MapsOzone Ice Rink at the Western Trade Centre in Bracknell. Credit: Google Maps

Previously, Mr Foord said the application would give Ozone flexibility to hold hockey matches past 11pm, and would provide players a place to relax with food and drink after a match. They intend to sell beer, cider and wine at the bar, with food being provided by a catering company.

It would also give them the option of having a live band play if desired.

Ozone currently has permission to hold sports events until 11pm.

The application has been submitted to the Public Protection Partnership, which handles licensing issues and other public protection matters in Bracknell Forest, Wokingham Borough and West Berkshire.

You can view current licensing applications in Bracknell Forest on the Public Protection Partnership website.