Friday, May 27, 2022

Tag: Chongie Entertainment

Chongie Entertainment continues expansion in Peterborough

Chongie Entertainment Peterborough expansion
Chongie Entertainment is extending its reach northward beyond Greater London, with the rapidly-expanding Little Vegas-operator receiving planning approval this week for a new AGC in Peterborough.

The ugly face of local decision making: Chongie shouted down but not out as Leyton High Street licence appeal commences

Chongie Entertainment Leyton High Street licence appeal commences
The face of local licensing procedures turned a little ugly in July when Chongie Entertainment's application for an AGC on Leyton High Street was turned down by Waltham Forest Council.

Chongie Entertainment estate grows with new Wembley AGC

Chongie Entertainment new AGC Wembley
Chongie Entertainment is set to continue its Greater London expansion after Brent Council granted the operator a premises licence for a new AGC in Wembley.

Comment: Labour shortages / It’s restitution not a rebate / Leyton: a sign of things to come?

Waltham Forest councillors have decided to defy licensing rules and reject an application for an AGC on Leyton high road. It’s to protect the vulnerable. So, who’s protecting the applicants who are vulnerable to misguided councils?

Leyton AGC rejected on “vulnerability” grounds

Leyton AGC proposal rejected
Plans for a new AGC in Leyton submitted by Chongie Entertainment have been rejected by Waltham Forest Council, stating the venue would pose “harm to vulnerable adults.” It’s a decision that will disturb the industry, and probably the law courts too.

Waltham Forest considers new AGC for Leyton

Leyton AGC application Chongie Entertainment
Chongie Entertainment has submitted an application to Waltham Forest Council in north east London to convert a former homestore in the borough into a new AGC