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Michael is chairman of the Marylebone Association.

Westminster Licensing Review - The Marylebone Association's response

Back in April Westminster City Council invited the Association to contribute to their Licensing Review (See Westminster Licensing Review ). The Association has responded to the questions put to us by the Council which are outlined below. If you have any comments on the questions or our response, please use the comment facility at the end or this article. Michael Bolt, Chairman, The Marylebone Association.

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Westminster Licensing Review

Westminster Licensing Review

Ever since the Licensing Act 2003 came into force the job of regulation of the sale of alcohol has been carried out by the City Council. The Council must have a "Statement of Licensing Policy" setting out its approach and this is published on the Westminster Council website. At least once every 5 years the Council must review its policy to take into account current issues and proposed revisions.

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Marylebone Forum - Initial Meeting Held

Marylebone Forum - Initial Meeting Held

MF-Meeting-25FebThe inaugural meeting of the Marylebone Forum was held on the 25th February at International Students House and got off to an excellent start with a packed hall of around nearly 200 attendees. The 6 members of the Forum panel addressed the meeting on various matters of current interest such as the various stages of the Forum, what it could do, the funding that it could bring with it and why they felt it should be supported. There followed a vigorous question and answer session that amongst other things revealed the need for further work with Forum members on the purposes of the Forum and the concept of neighbourhood planning. It was emphasised that the purposes of the Forum were specific and defined and it did not replace either of the amenity societies which continued to operate independently and were able to directly reflect residents interests.

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Marylebone Forum - Six Month Report

Marylebone Forum - Six Month Report

We are pleased to report significant progress has been made by the Marylebone Forum over the last six months. Following the establishment of a group to oversee and publicise its programme to designation much work has been undertaken in preparing the way for the neighbourhood forum application. This has now been completed and submitted to Westminster City Council. The application is available for viewing both on our website and the Marylebone Forum website at www.maryleboneforum.org.

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