Licence holder of Shampan4 in Westerham Heights appeals
Published Wednesday, 29 July 2020
The licence holder of a restaurant in Westerham Heights is appealing the council’s decision to suspend the licence for three months following a licensing review.
As part of the licensing legislation, a licence holder has a right of appeal against the suspension decision to the Magistrates’ Court within 21 days of the decision. Details of the hearing date at the Magistrates’ Court are not yet available. The suspension of the Shampan4’s licence in Grays Road followed the Licensing Sub-Committee meeting in June. The application to review the Shampan4’s licence by the council’s licensing team followed a joint licensing, immigration, housing and police operation which took place in March 2020. Read more about the appeal.