Hanwell Bar Loses Licence

After number of complaints about the noise


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A Hanwell bar has lost its licence following noise complaints.

The council’s noise team presented its case to the committee on Wednesday, 5 August, at Ealing Town Hall and described a number of incidents at Ryan’s Bar, Boston Road, and complaints from local residents. The committee decided that the premises’ licence should be revoked.
The law now allows Ryan’s Bar a period of 21 days to appeal the decision in which time the venue can continue to trade under their existing premises licence.

Councillor Ranjit Dheer, cabinet member for safety, culture and community services, said:

“The council and the police work hard to assist businesses to improve their performance and comply with licensing regulations. But there comes a point where we must put the wellbeing of the wider community first and take tougher measures to protect them against persistent anti-social behaviour. The number of noise complaints against this business meant there was no option other than to revoke the licence.” 

Sergeant Graham Edwards, from Ealing Police licensing team, said: "We worked quickly and closely with the council to address the issues as soon as we recognised the venue was becoming problematic. The measures put in place will improve the quality of life for the residents and visitors to the area.”



12th August 2015


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