NIGHTCLUB IN COMEBACK BID
Dalston residents have reacted with disbelief to news that a nightclub shut down a year ago because it was making their lives a misery is seeking a comeback...
Dalston residents have reacted with disbelief to news that a nightclub shut down a year ago because it was making their lives a misery is seeking a comeback.
Pier One Nighstpot, in Kingsland High Street, was stripped of its license last year following a barrage of complaints.
A year later, residents now able to get a full night's sleep have heard the news they were dreading. Adebowale Ajibade and Patrick Bunyenyezi have applied for a new premises license at the controversial venue.
Hackney Council's licensing committee is set to meet tomorrow (Wednesday) to discuss the proposals.
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