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The thin end of the wedge: Virtual Golf Club withdraws licence application ahead of hearing

1st June 2021

A company hoping to set up a "virtual golf club" has withdrawn its application for a premises licence ahead of a hearing before Plymouth City Council's Licensing Committee, following the receipt of written representations by Charlotte Davies (2007). Charlotte is instructed on behalf of two tenant management companies that operate within the historic Conservation Area known as The …

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The thin end of the wedge: Virtual Golf Club withdraws licence application ahead of hearing
 

'E-scooters – ride with caution' Chris Cuddihee discusses his recent success and the current law regarding riding e-scooters in public.

24th May 2021

Across Devon & Cornwall significant numbers of people are riding e-scooters daily. Chris Cuddihee has represented a youth charged with riding an e-scooter without insurance and without a driver’s licence in a case which is a reminder that e-scooters are currently illegal to use on a public highway, for instance a pavement, a road or a cycle lane, unless operated as part of the current Go…

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KBG Chambers sponsors local Hockey Team

20th May 2021

This year KBG are supporting local community teams, groups or societies, with a connection to Chambers. This quarter we have sponsored our Criminal Clerk's hockey team. Tamar Tigers play in a mixed summer league in Plymouth. Great start to the season as they won their first match 3-1. (picture handing over the shirts are Colin Palmer, Senior Clerk, and Lewis Gunn-Colling, Criminal Clerk)&nbs…

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KBG Chambers sponsors local Hockey Team