Is the Night and Day row finally over? Let's see if the Volume get's turned back up again!
We hope the noise nuisance has stopped but time will tell, As the venue owner's turned down the volume last time when they received the statutory abatement notice but then it went back up again after two week's so we will have to wait & see if they have finely listen to what the licence review paper's from the City Council said.
Like we said in Mancunian Matters “We don’t feel it’s a victory because it’s not about winning. It’s about a bar working within the law,” We also reiterated our earlier claims that we did not wish to see the bar close it's doors. “ The Night and Day’s owners need to be a good neighbour and start to work within their licence Conditions ” And understand that people live & work in the area. It's about coming together and working as one, " Not working against us all"
We want the council to go into Night and Day and we want them to work with the council and set noise levels. If they have any more complaints in the future, they will know what the levels are.”
The review of the licence will include a 28-day period of public consultation, but only businesses and residents who live in the Northern Quarter area will be able to make representations.
We urge people living & working in the Northern Quarter to come forward and make their issues heard to the licencing committee if you have any issues with the venue NOT complying with the licensing objective, (Which is that the Venue is NOT to Cause a Public Nuisance)Then this is your opportunity to make your Issues heard to the council & licencing committee.
All we our asking is that Night & Day Cafe start to work within your licence conditions.
Night and Day row finally over? Noise nuisance 'ends' for seven nights but residents claim it’s no victory | Mancunian Matters