Brewdog keeps new Brighton neighbours happy

Posted On 05 Nov 2015 at 12:53 pm

A bar which opened at a venue abandoned by a nightclub after noise complaints has managed to keep the neighbours happy in its first weeks of opening.

Brewdog
Brewdog opened at the Grand Parade address in late August, having taken the venue over from the Blind Tiger Club.

The club said it was forced to close in May last year, after Brighton and Hove City Council served a noise abatement notice on it.

Blind Tiger started a petition calling for more protection for venues from people who move in next door to them, which was signed by thousands of people.

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The council then responded by saying complaints had been received from three streets away, and the noise was the worst its environmental officer had ever recorded.

But it seems those living above and nearby are happy with the noise coming from the new bar.

A council spokeswoman said: “We have had no complaints in relation to any of the regulatory services including licensing, noise or food.”

 

  1. Rob Reply

    great, so the bearded gentrified masses can stay drinking their £5 pints and we can still mourn for one of Brighton’s best live music venues

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