Southwark Council has granted 14 new Premises Licences for all the restaurants and bars at Borough Yards, London, in the heart of Southwark’s Cumulative Impact Zone.
The Licensing Sub-Committee, in deciding to grant the licence applications, stated that they were “satisfied that the licences would be unlikely to add to cumulative impact. The benefits of the Borough Yards development outweighs the outstanding concerns and an exception to Southwark’s licensing policy is justified.”
Owned and developed by MARK, Borough Yards is a new shopping and dining district adjacent to London’s bustling Borough Market in Southwark. The £300m+ regeneration project spanning 116,000 square feet will turn once-forgotten warehouses and railway arches into a cultural, retail, and food and beverage hub.
Gary Grant presented the applications in front of Southwark’s Licensing Sub-Committee instructed by Andrew Wong and Marcus Lavell of Keystone Law.