Richard Clayton QC and Sarah Clover succeed in quashing sex entertainment venue licence
In R (Bridgerow) v Chester West, Richard Clayton QC and Sarah Clover from Kings Chambers, instructed by Natasha Beck at Poppleston Allen, succeeded in quashing the council’s refusal to grant a licence on the ground that the council had breached its own constitution by failing to put the renewal application before a three-member committee.
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