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Worthing pub faces noise curbs
8:30pm Friday 8th February 2013 in News
A pub is to be allowed to continue trading – providing it soundproofs its walls.
Worthing Borough Council is to discuss a change-of-use application from The Spyglass Inn in Marine Parade, Worthing.
The pub, which is opposite the town’s pier, opened in December 2011 but did not have proper planning consent.
Now the local authority looks set to approve an application but only if the owners agree to a number of conditions.
Councillors have been advised to ensure that noise cannot be heard outside the venue, currently closed for minor renovations.
Further conditions of ensuring all doors and windows are closed after 9pm and that outdoor tables can only be used between 9am and 9pm are also recommended for the former 1980s restaurant bar.
A decision will be made at a meeting on Wednesday, February 13 in Worthing Town Hall at 6pm.
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