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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Ulverston bar granted licence despite objections

THE future of Ulverston's newest bar has been secured after a premises licence was granted today — despite a number of objections.

Andy Steele's application to open his first licensed establishment at Bar 6, in Daltongate, was approved by South Lakeland District Council's licensing sub-committee at the Coronation Hall this afternoon.

Neighbours had complained over the lack of space for people to smoke and feared the impact it would have on nearby properties.

Committee chairman councillor James Airey said members had concerns for neighbours and urged Mr Steele to actively manage any issues that may arise.

Mr Steele said he understood the complaints but that he was relieved by the decision.

  • For the full story, see Monday's Evening Mail.
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Dont know you mate but glad u got tge go ahead . And glad to see people trying ;-)
Well done to you .

Posted by mike on 8 December 2012 at 23:19

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