Objections to pub music plans are dropped

OBJECTIONS to a pub's bid to extend opening hours and host live music have been withdrawn.

Tuesday, 25th September 2007, 12:15 pm
Updated Tuesday, 25th September 2007, 1:14 pm

The Vine Tavern, on School Street, Mosborough, applied to open from noon until 11pm Sunday to Thursday, and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.

Landlady Lynne Hudson also applied for permission to host live bands and play recorded music, but environmental health officer Jon Round raised fears about noise causing a nuisance for nearby neighbours.

South Yorkshire chief fire officer Mark Smitherman also said he had "serious concerns" over insufficient fire exits if capacity was increased.

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The case was due before Sheffield Council's licensing board yesterday but a spokesman for the council said the problems had been resolved before the meeting.

"Objections were resolved prior to the meeting so the licence was agreed without the need for a decision before the board," said the spokesman.

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