Club Boulevard Licence Suspended

Police act following late night crime and disorder

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A nightclub in Ealing has had its licence suspended after police were repeatedly called to deal with late night crime and disorder.

Police applied to Ealing Council’s Licensing Sub-Committee to have the licence of Club Boulevard reviewed.

On Monday, 20 April, the committee decided to temporarily suspend the licence meaning Club Boulevard will remain closed until a full review hearing has taken place to decide whether it can keep its licence. The club can appeal against the decision.

Over the next 10 days the council’s regulatory officers will carry out statutory consultation with other organisations, as well as with local residents living close to the club.

Anyone who wants to have their say about the future of Club Boulevard should email Ealing Council’s Regulatory Services at or write to the Licensing Team, Regulatory Services, Percival House, 14-16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, W5 2HL. All representations must be received by 5pm on 5 May and will be published in advance of the hearing. The full review will be carried out within 28 days.

April 22, 2009