Police object to Rhyl takeaway licence transfer

Published date: 01 July 2014 |
Published by: Staff reporter
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POLICE have objected to the licence transfer for a Rhyl takeaway which was due to be discussed today (Tuesday).

Denbighshire Council’s licensing sub-committee was due to meet as the Journal went to press regarding the No 1 Takeaway (formerly Kamranz Takeaway) on Water Street.

North Wales Police had raised objections to the transfer to the new licence holder.

A report to the committee from North Wales Police said: “The objection is in relation to a application by Jawaid Iqbal to transfer the premises licence to Sami Chuydashty.

“Mr Chuydashty has also been operating another late night refreshment premises on Water Street, The Corfu.

“He came to the attention of North Wales Police when despite a number of interventions by officers he continually exceeded the permitted hours of the premises licence for the Corfu.

“It is significant to note Mr Chuydashty and his staff are well aware of the restrictions placed upon the licence at the Corfu but chose to ignore them.

“Authority officers are intending to take forward prosecution against Mr Chuydashty for the offences.”

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