Alcohol and music for Weston landmark?

PUBLISHED: 15:00 08 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

ALCOHOL could soon be served from Knightstone Island.

ALCOHOL could soon be served from Knightstone Island.

A total of 46 people have objected to the proposals put forward to North Somerset Council.

Applicant Gareth Dudd wanted to serve alcohol from 12noon to midnight Monday to Saturday and until 10pm on Sundays at The Pavilion.

He also wants to play recorded music indoors until 11pm.

The residents who have objected say they are fearful of potential crime and disorder, public nuisance and safety, as well as harm to children if the plans go ahead.

A hearing to see if the proposals can go ahead is due to be held at Weston Town Hall on Tuesday.

If the application is refused the applicant may appeal to the magistrates court within 21 days of the notification of the committee's decision.

If the application is granted a person making a relevant representation may also appeal within 21 days of the notification to the magistrates court.

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