In R (o.a.o. 93 Feet East Ltd) v Tower Hamlets LBC, the High Court confirmed that interim steps imposed on a summary review under the Licensing Act 2003 remained in force pending appeal. This ruling confirms a similar ruling by a district judges (not associated with this case) in December 2011.
For many years prior to the adoption of the sexual entertainment venue provisions in the Policing and Crime Act, Secrets have run sexual entertainment venue s in Euston, Holborn, Swiss Cottage and Covent Garden for many years, without regulatory problems.
In a judgement predicted to have a huge impact on the funding of regulation, Westminster City Council has lost its appeal against an earlier High Court decision ruling that its licensing fees for sex shops were un
The Cabinet Office has overturned a decision by Cardiff Council to refuse two house-to-house collection permits.
Two textile companies, Support Pen-Y-Bont and Support Hollies School, applied for permits but were refused on the basis that the proportion of the proceeds donated to charity from previous collections was too low – 6.4 per cent and 8.9 per cent respectively.