Practice and Procedure

R (on the application of JD WETHERSPOON) v GUILDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL (2006)

PUBLISHED April 20, 2006

A local licensing authority had been entitled to conclude that the claimant's proposed variation to its licensing hours was directly relevant to the local cumulative impact policy, that a material variation to the licence had been sought, and that it had not been demonstrated that the extended hours would not add to the cumulative impact on crime and disorder in the area.

[2006] EWHC 815 (Admin)