The Torino Bar and Italian Restaurant in Walthamstow bidding to open later despite 'mulitple' noise complaints

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Planning sub committee will meet at Waltham Forest Town Hall today Planning sub committee will meet at Waltham Forest Town Hall today

A decision is set to be made today on whether a restaurant which has been the subject of noise complaints can extend its licence.

Bar Torino and Italian Restaurant, formerly Casanova Bar, in St James Street, Walthamstow, is looking to stay open, sell alcohol and stage live entertainment until 2.30am at weekends.

Waltham Forest Council has received repeated complaints about noise from the venue, which currently closes at midnight at weekends.

Council environmental health enforcement officer, Rockwell Charles, has said he is not satisfied the venue is suitable for live entertainment late at night.

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9:36am Tue 13 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

Common sense prevails again, look at the absolute nightmare the premises in Lea Bridge Road near Fraser Road is causing local residents. These places have no place in residential areas.
Common sense prevails again, look at the absolute nightmare the premises in Lea Bridge Road near Fraser Road is causing local residents. These places have no place in residential areas. Villagecranberry
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2:48pm Tue 13 May 14

Sam Hain says...

When it was called Casanova's, I believe residents referred to it as Cosanostra's - I wonder why?
When it was called Casanova's, I believe residents referred to it as Cosanostra's - I wonder why? Sam Hain
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