Fine for Warwick bar's excessive noise

By Kevin Unitt 19/03 Updated: 19/03 08:54

A FORMER bar owner in Warwick has been fined £3,600 after two breaches of noise regulations.

Rosa Chillari, formerly of Alibi Bar in Market Place, was convicted at Warwickshire Magistrates of two breaches of a noise Abatement Notice under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

She was fined £3,600 and ordered to pay Warwick District Council’s prosecution costs of £2,049.

The offences occurred on two nights in July 2011, when council environmental health officers witnessed loud music from the bar disturbing residents. A notice had already been served against the premises in March 2011 and followed a history of complaints by local residents dating back to 2010.

In light of this, 'regulated entertainment' such as music was removed from the premises licence by the council’s licensing panel in September 2011.

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