Council's £5k bill after blunder in Carlisle hotel noise row

Council's £5k bill after blunder in Carlisle hotel noise row
 

Carlisle City Council is facing a £5,000 legal bill after officials served a legal notice about late-night noise at a hotel on the wrong person.
Officials formally served the abatement order after residents living near to Dalston Hall Hotel, on the outskirts of Carlisle, complained about loud music from wedding receptions.
After investigating, officials agreed the music constituted a “statutory nuisance” and was likely to be repeated.
But when the notice was formally delivered, on July 22, it was in the name of Dalston Hall Hotel Limited and not the company that holds the premises licence,... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 33
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