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News on licencing issues in Marylebone and the surrounding area related to bars, pubs, restaurants, pedicabs and gambling premises.

Licensing Report June 2016

Licensing Report June 2016

The Licensing Sub-Committee monitors applications for new and modified licences within Marylebone. We negotiate with local businesses to reduce their impact on local residents. These may include the actual licensing hours, the management of people outside the premises, or lessening the impact by asking for various other conditions to be imposed, such as servicing times. We also rely on your feedback and emails to alert us to any licensing issues you may have.

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Marylebone Association - Licensing Report 2015

Marylebone Association - Licensing Report 2015

The Licensing Sub-committee continues to monitor all applications for new and modified licence applications in our area. Our objective remains to ensure that the needs of residents are fully met during all hours of the night and day. It's often the case that commercial businesses may have other needs in order to have viable businesses, but it's our goal to ensure that all parties' needs can be satisfied. ......Continue reading.....

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Westminster Licensing Review - The Marylebone Association's response

Back in April Westminster City Council invited the Association to contribute to their Licensing Review (See Westminster Licensing Review ). The Association has responded to the questions put to us by the Council which are outlined below. If you have any comments on the questions or our response, please use the comment facility at the end or this article. Michael Bolt, Chairman, The Marylebone Association.

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Westminster Licensing Review

Westminster Licensing Review

Ever since the Licensing Act 2003 came into force the job of regulation of the sale of alcohol has been carried out by the City Council. The Council must have a "Statement of Licensing Policy" setting out its approach and this is published on the Westminster Council website. At least once every 5 years the Council must review its policy to take into account current issues and proposed revisions.

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Westminster Licensing Applications Update 30th March

Westminster Licensing Applications Update 30th March

Please find below Licensing News Update for Westminster including Marylebone for 30th March, 2015.

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Westminster Licensing Applications Update 16th March

Westminster Licensing Applications Update 16th March

Please find below Licensing News Update for Westminster including Marylebone for 16th March, 2015.

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