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Published on February 8th, 2011 | by Dean Carr

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Selkirk pub shut over licensing concerns

A pub has had its licence suspended after selling alcohol outside permitted hours at Selkirk Common

Riding in June.

The town’s Station Bar has been closed until 25 February by the licensing board after it failed to apply for an extension to opening hours.

There has also been “several instances” of disturbances related to the pub.

And the designated bar manager’s personal licence has been suspended until 25 March for failure to notify the board of a drug supply conviction.

They are the first suspensions in the Borders since the Licensing Scotland Act 2005 came into force.

The board met to consider the licence at the request of Lothian and Borders Police but the decisions can be appealed to the courts.

Scottish Borders Licensing Board convener Gavin Logan said: “The board was very concerned about these breaches of the licensing objectives and took the appropriate action.”

Source : BBC

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Dean Carr

Dean has been involved in alcohol licensing for over 20 years and has helped many independent retailers and corporate clients obtain a licence to sell alcohol or offer late night refreshment, regulated entertainment from all sorts of premises. Dean writes articles for various trade related blogs and is currently Managing Director of the PLT group of companies who run APLH and SCPLH personal alcohol licence courses nationwide. You can contact Dean or a member of his expert licensing team on: 01242 222 188



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