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Nightclub has licence suspended

Published Wednesday, 05 September 2018

A nightclub has had its licence suspended by Coventry City Council.

Club M in Croft Road has been ordered to close immediately.

Unless the premises make further representations, the closure order will last until a full hearing, where Members of the Council’s Licensing and Regulatory Committee will determine whether the club is allowed to re-open..

A meeting of the Council’s Licensing and Regulatory Committee made the order today (5 September) following police action to close the club for 24 hours at the weekend, after a fatal stabbing in the area.

Cllr Patricia Hetherton, Chair of the Licensing and Regulatory Committee, said: “We have resolved to suspend the premises’ licence of Club M pending a full review hearing.

“The committee considered the licensing objectives, which include crime and disorder and public safety and felt that the premises pose a serious risk to the public if they remain open.”

The committee heard there had been reports of previous disorder associated with the club and reports of breaches of licence conditions.

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