||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 185 (Aug)
||Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
||Martin Walsh (instructed by Walker Morris) for the claimant.
||Ben Williams (instructed by Sharon Davies) for the local authority.
||Stephen Walsh (instructed by Gosschalks) for the second defendant.
||31 August 2007
Licensing - Licence - New licence - Second defendant's objections dismissed - Licensing panel finding second defendant not an interested party - Whether panel's finding irrational - , s 13(3).
Licensing Licence. The first defendant local authority's licensing panel had been entitled, on the evidence before it, to come the conclusion that the claimant was not 'in the vicinity' of the premises that had been granted a licence and was not, accordingly, an interested party pursuant to s13(3) of the .
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