R (Hope & Glory Public House Ltd) v City of Westminster Magistrates Court  EWCA Civ 31,  LLR 105
Licensing – proper approach to appeals – weight afforded to licensing authority’s decision
26 January 2011
Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
Sir Nicolas Wall (President of the Family Division); Laws LJ; Toulson LJ
A licensing appeal will only be successful where the appellant can show that the original decision was wrong but the weight afforded to the original licensing authority’s decision depends on a variety of factors.
On appeal from:
R (Hope & Glory Public House Ltd) v City of Westminster Magistrates' Court  EWHC 1996 (Admin),  LLR 742 (Burton J)
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