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Coal Exchange Hotel

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Simon__200

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Re: Coal Exchange Hotel

PostThu Sep 24, 2020 10:05 am

LocalResident wrote:https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-54240543

Looks like they got the 3am licence.

What were the terms if the licence when it was under Signature Living?
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Re: Coal Exchange Hotel

PostThu Sep 24, 2020 8:20 pm

Simon__200 wrote: What were the terms if the licence when it was under Signature Living?


Exactly the same, I believe.

3.00 AM licences are normal for hotels and wedding venues. I don't know but would assume that it's a late license for people staying at the hotel or attenting a function. That's par for the course for large hotels.
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Re: Coal Exchange Hotel

PostSat Sep 26, 2020 6:54 am

Well I know that's "normal". It's not always the case though.

If the licence conditions really are the same as before, it's difficult to see why there's any fuss about it, to be honest.
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Re: Coal Exchange Hotel

PostSat Sep 26, 2020 8:49 am

Simon__200 wrote:Well I know that's "normal". It's not always the case though.

If the licence conditions really are the same as before, it's difficult to see why there's any fuss about it, to be honest.


I think if I lived in near the Exchange I'd be heartly fed up by the whole saga and pretty mistrustful of anyone who had connections with Signature Living.

I've met Ashley Govier a few times and, while I'm sure he's sincere, it's not clear to me how he would have access to sufficient funds to take the project forward. He doesn't appear to have deep pockets himself.

I suspect the objections to the license were partly born of mistrust for the whole project rather than the late license itself.
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Re: Coal Exchange Hotel

PostSat Sep 26, 2020 12:39 pm

For a resident, how is whether or not his venture has the financial backing to succeed, related to whether or not you should oppose an alcohol licence? If it fails, then they lose the licence anyway.
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