A company has has applied for a new premises licence to sell alcohol and play recorded music in Falmouth. 

Chachacha's Falmouth Limited has submitted its application to Cornwall Council.

It applies to Engraver's Cottage, Arwenack Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3JF.

If approved, the company intends to use the licence for the sale of alcohol and to play recorded music.

Engraver's Cottage, on Custom House Quay, was previously up for sale with Heather and Lay.

Before that the Evans family had owned it for nearly 70 years, although Jack Evans had worked there from the 1920s, as an apprenctive to the engraving business Samuel Larcombe's.

Prior to this it was a tailors and outfitters, Petersen and Johansen, in the early 1990s.

It became a residential home in 1997 but was changed back to commericial use in late 2019 and has previously been offices for Falmouth Harbour for a time. 

It is surrounding by a number of pubs, bars and restaurants, situated at the back of the Quayside Inn, adjacent to the Chainlocker and close to the outdoor seating area of The Stable. 

Chachacha's Falmouth Limited became an active company incorporated on November 3, 2023.

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Cornwall Council will accept representations relating to this application until January 11..

Those wishing to inspect the application records can do so at the Licensing Authority's address by appointment.

Information is also available online or by calling the Licensing Office.