Published: 14 August 2014 by Graeme Cushion
A Cumulative Impact Policy Area has been adopted in the Tynemouth area covered by North Tyneside Council following concerns expressed by local residents during the consultation period.
The consultation process revealed a range of complaints concerning noise, drunken behaviour and that the residents were not comfortable walking down Front Street due to the activities of those visiting the local licensed premises.
As always with such policies, the net effect will be to make it much more difficult to obtain a licence in this area in the future.
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