Nine years of legal battles to set precedent for London music venues

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Nine years of legal battles to set precedent for London music venues

A court ruling over plans to develop flats next to an East London music venue could become a testcase for similar legal battles across the UK.

The George Tavern in Stepney has been given Right To Appeal the building of housing next door arguing noise complaints will shut the pub down.

Eleanor Cunningham reports.

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