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October planning committee preview

October planning committee preview
October 13, 2010 No Comments »

Cardiff Council’s planning committee meets this afternoon from 2.30 PM at the Ferrier Hall in City Hall, Cathays Park. We’ve digested the applications and here’s what’s on the agenda. If you can’t make it to the meeting, follow us on ... Read More »

New Indian restaurant on Crwys Road refused licence

August 20, 2010 1 Comment »

An Indian restaurant due to open on Crwys Road will not be allowed to serve alcohol as it is in a saturation zone. Mostafa Uddin was told by Cardiff Council’s licensing sub committee he would not be allowed to serve ... Read More »

Council gives go-ahead for Canton One Stop

August 20, 2010 5 Comments »

Canton residents were left furious after their complaints about a convenience store opening on a residential street fell on deaf ears. One Stop Stores Ltd, a subsidary of Tesco, has been granted permission to open and sell alcohol on the ... Read More »

One Stop application angers Canton residents

August 18, 2010 5 Comments »

Over 350 residents have signed a petition in a bid to stop a new convenience store opening in Canton. The One Stop store on Clive Road is attempting to open between 6 AM and 11 PM and serve alcohol from ... Read More »

Penylan Bowling Club win extended alcohol licence

July 23, 2010 No Comments »

Financial pressures have forced the Penylan Bowling Club to win an extended alcohol and entertainments licence from Cardiff Council. The club, which faces running costs of nearly £80,000 a year, will now be able to serve drinks until 11.30 PM ... Read More »

Sainsbury’s lose alcohol licence extension bid

June 18, 2010 2 Comments »

Cardiff Council’s licensing committee has rejected a supermarket’s bid to sell booze until 11 PM every day, with one councillor branding Sainsbury’s evidence as “bullshit”. Cathays councillor Elizabeth Clark led local resident objections and said she was “disgusted” by the ... Read More »