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The objector failed to respond to requests for "specific details of any dates or times and failed to respond to a request made for further information in relation to complaints made to HMRC".
It could be a disgruntled ex-employee; it could be a competitor. The sub-committee agreed to renew the licence, subject to an inspection taking place once Covid restrictions were lifted, as no evidence had been found to substantiate the claims and the venue had operated since without complaint. The document says: "The public objector alleges that the operator Mark Newton acts inappropriately towards female performers.
Mr Newton said he had been shocked by the claims which he refuted, saying someone was trying to damage his reputation. But he said no complaints had been made to the police, and investigations by the licensing team had found no evidence to corroborate the allegations.
These include if the applicant has been convicted of an offence, if there are too many sex establishments in the areas at the time the application is made, or if the renewal of the licence would be 'inappropriate' taking into consideration the blackpoop of the area. The authority found no evidence to back up the claims.
Trading Standards have confirmed that they have received no reports of over-charging. Please try again later. Mark Newton bbm groups also been coercing staff to collect money via card payments without the customer knowledge and allowing operating outside his d hours on several occasions.
The sub-committee is now being asked to delegate power to Lee Petrak, Trading Standards and Licensing Manager, to grant the licence for a further blaxkpool months, dependent on a 'satisfactory inspection' of the premises. There are only a handful of reasons why the licence extension would be refused.
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