Councils to look at LNLs

May 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;5/9/2013, Issue 101, p8
Trade Publication
The article informs that Great Britain's councils such as the Woking Borough Council and York City Council are planning to consider introducing measures regarding the restriction of opening hours of pubs and mentions that the councils are launching a consultation on a late-night levy (LNL) plan.


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