Lambeth is changing its licensing regulations

To have a say on the changes to licensing  read this today or over the weekend as the deadline for comments is Monday 30th September.

The aim of the new policy is to help build a more sustainable Night Time Economy catering to the varied needs of our diverse communities and reducing  problems associated with alcohol .

Lambeth hopes to achieve this by building closer working relationships with businesses and putting more responsibility on license holders to look after their customers and their neighbourhoods. Lambeth also wants to see Lambeth evening and nightlife better planned and aims to reflect upon the needs of residents in each local area.

What do you think the impact of the changes will be for West Norwood and Upper Norwood? What do you think of the current evening and night time businesses in the area around West Norwood?

To have your say on alcohol and late night licensing in Lambeth you can see the proposed policy and complete a quick survey at:

http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/Services/Business/LicencesStreetTrading/AlcoholEntertainmentLateNightRefreshment/LicensingPolicyConsultation.htm

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