Charlton Lido wants an alcohol licence – but its neighbours aren’t happy…

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GLL has applied for a premises licence to allow ‘the Supply of Alcohol (on sales only), provision of live and recorded music (Indoors only) Monday to Sunday from 11:00 hours until 23:00 hours‘ at Charlton Lido, with the application to be heard on October 6th.

An overview of the application can be found here, and details of objections raised are here. The deadline for representations was 16th September.

Charlton Lido licensing objection

But a 94-name petition has been submitted objecting to the application, along with 11 individual objections – pointing to some dissatisfaction amongst the lido’s neighbours over a number of issues, principally parking, noise, and the attitude of the lido management towards residents.

Do you live in the streets around the lido? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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2 thoughts on “Charlton Lido wants an alcohol licence – but its neighbours aren’t happy…

  1. Peter October 1, 2014 / 16:07

    Loving the objections… playing music will attract paedophiles?!

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