Full licensing review for troubled Bath nightclub
A full licensing review into a Bath nightclub which police say has been the scene of drug dealing and night-time trouble is due to take place early next month.
Councillors will meet to consider the future of The Blue Rooms, in George Street, on Thursday, February 7.
It follows a lengthy police investigation into the venue, which resulted in a series of a recent raids and arrests of people suspected of dealing class A drugs.
Four men have already appeared at Bath Magistrates Court charged in connection with drug dealing at the club and a further two more, a 21-year-old and a 20-year-old, both from Bath, were arrested at the end of last week.
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Senior officers made a bid for a temporary closure of the nightclub last week, but this was rejected by councillors, who instead imposed strict licensing conditions, including that everyone who enters the club would have to be searched for drugs and weapons.
However, a full licensing committee review by Bath and North East Somerset Council will now take place, which could mean the venue is closed or that new conditions are imposed onto the licence.