Tag Archives : licensing


New gambling policy out for consultation

Safeguarding children is one of the priorities of Plymouth City Council’s new gambling policy. The policy, which is reviewed every three years, looks at how Plymouth’s casinos, bingo halls, betting shops, and adult gaming centres operate to ensure that gambling is not a source of crime or the proceeds used to support crime, is conducted […]


Music after hours leads to fine  

The landlord of  a Plymouth pub has been ordered to pay £975 by Plymouth Magistrates for allowing a DJ to play music beyond the time permitted by its premises licence and for playing recorded music at such a level it could be heard outside The designated premises supervisor Darren Luxton of the Windmill Public House, […]


New taxi livery for Hackney Carriages for Mayflower?

A new distinctive taxi livery for all Hackney Carriages could be introduced in Plymouth as the city gears up to commemorate Mayflower 400. The public as well as the taxi and private hire trade are being asked what they think about the idea as part of a number of proposed changes to the city’s Taxi Licensing […]


Consultation to broaden the Barbican impact zone

Revellers, residents and businesses are being asked for their thoughts on possible changes to rules around licensing in and around the Barbican. The police want to expand the area covered by the cumulative impact policy by either adding a small parcel taking in Vauxhall Street and the Bretonside road or a much bigger area which […]