Nottingham hotel granted licence despite objections

With help from the licensing department at Fraser Brown, a hotel in Nottingham city centre has been granted later hours, additional rooms have been licensed and 9 pages of conditions and restrictions have been removed from the licence.

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23.Jun.2014 | Licensing

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