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I'm a councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth; this blog mainly covers that, sometimes general politics and policy and occasionally anything else that takes my fancy.
Tag Archives: Mossbury Road
View Larger Map Shaftesbury seems to be attracting licensing applications on a weekly basis at the moment. The latest is from Revolution who sit right in the town centre on the corner of Lavender Hill and Falcon Road. They are seeking what seems a fairly minimal application, basically an extra hour on Thursday night, extending
Revolution – the chain bar at 276/288 Lavender Hill – has applied to Wandsworth for a variation of its licence. They are hoping to extend their hours on Friday and Saturday. They are currently allowed to provide music until 1.30am and ‘refreshment’ (usually alcohol in bars!) until 2.00am. Their application is until extend these times
As I reported in June the developers had requested the Mayor take responsibility for deciding their application to build a hotel on Falcon Road. The Mayor has decided that he is content with Wandsworth Council taking the decision, meaning the council’s refusal of the application stands. Legally, the Mayor has powers to determine applications if they
Although the application for the hotel was rejected last night the developers are now appealing to the Mayor. Any applicant has the right to appeal a decision, which will normally go to the planning inspectorate. This is unusual in that it’s not, technically, an appeal, but instead a request that the Mayor takes responsibility for