Night and Day Café has avoided the threat of closure after Manchester City Council decided against imposing noise limitations on the venue.
Night and Day complainants MOVE OUT as noise row ‘puts them off Manchester’… but vow to live by venues again
Two principal complainants against the alleged ‘noise nuisance’ at Night and Day Café are moving out after being ‘put off Manchester’ by the row.
Show your support for Night and Day: Northern Quarter venue appeals for fans’ help as council reviews licence
The world famous music venue, entertained music lovers for more than twenty years, has been embroiled in an on-going spat with a number of nearby residents regarding alleged noise pollution
Night and Day row finally over? Noise nuisance ‘ends’ for seven nights but residents claim it’s no victory
Under-threat Night and Day Café have cleaned up their act by staying quiet for seven nights after they were issued with licence warnings – but residents aren’t celebrating just yet.
Night and Day noise row: Venue’s future under threat as council review licence for ‘persistent’ breaches
The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester, will face a licence review that threatens to end live music at the venue after a ‘persistent failure’ to comply with their premise’s licence.
Northern Quarter strip club? Planning meeting to decide fate of ‘sleazy’ Manchester lap dancing and striptease bar
A ‘sleazy’ strip club and lap dancing bar could be destined for Manchester’s Northern Quarter
Levels of street violence remain the same despite to Licensing Act 2003
Salford ‘Resistance’ demand end to TV licencing fees as 25,000 UK residents dodge hotly-debated bills
Around 600 Mancunians were caught without a licence
Drivers ages 17-24 account for 20% of all accidents on UK roads
Rusholme store stripped of alcohol licence after Manchester council catches shop selling booze to children
Boom Off Licence failed a selling test by the council
Elementary, my dear: Manchester’s Female Detective Agency welcome licence stopping rogue investigators
The Home Office say detectives will now be regulated