In January the first application was opposed in writing by more than 60 residents and several people came to the hearing to speak. This helped to secure conditions on the licence to the effect that the place would not have the very late opening hours of a nightclub..
In June residents were angry when they found that another application had been made by the same organisation. This application was for earlier opening times.
48 people objected and the second licensing committee meeting on Tuesday 18 June, made it a condition of the licence that the proprietor’s phone number be put on the web page for The Triangle so that people would be able to make complaints immediately by phone.. The committee also shortened the hours for alcohol provision by an hour.
At the time of writing the specific condition of the first hearing, that the premises be fully sound proofed, has not been met and the acoustic report has not been signed off. This Way Entertainment may well be planning on opening the club without installing the sound proofing. The residents who live above and nearby will suffer if they do.
Let us know if you hear or see any signs of opening.