Hove restaurant's late night licence application opposed by ward councillor

Posted On 29 Nov 2010 at 11:14 am

A Hove councillor is urging residents to join him in opposing another late night licensing application in his ward.

Jade restaurant in Western Road, Hove, has applied for a licence to sell food and alcoholic drinks until 5am.

At the moment it stops serving at midnights on most nights.

The application also seeks permission to play music until 5am.

Paul Elgood, one of the Liberal Democrat councillors for Brunswick and Adelaide said: “Our objections to this application include concerns over the negative impact on local homes, the potential for late night disturbances and fears over community safety resulting from the number of alcohol licences now in the area.

“I have made my own objections as a ward councillor and would urge as many residents as possible to do the same.”

He sent out a message on Twitter this morning to remind neighbours that today is the closing date to respond to consultation about the application.

The application number is 1445/3/2010/02248/LAPREV and email comments should be sent to ehl.safety@brighton-hove.gov.uk.

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