TLT has successfully secured licensing permissions for two festivals organised by Radioactive Clothing Limited, which trades as Slammin Events.
Despite objections raised, the licensing committee ruled that the proposed restrictions from the residents association were inappropriate and Radioactive Clothing Limited's application for extended hours and an increased capacity was granted.
The festivals – Hospitality, which showcases the best in bass music culture and rave event Tranz-mission – will take place at London's Finsbury Park this September.
The TLT team was led by licensing partner, Matthew Phipps and included licensing solicitor Luke Elford.
TLT's Matthew Phipps said:"This is fantastic result for our client especially as the application that was granted was precisely what we applied for. We were able to secure this application through our extensive knowledge and expertise in the festival market place. We look forward to working with them in the future."
Paul Rooney from Slammin Events said: "Although we are by no means newcomers to licensing, these were undoubtedly special circumstances that came about due to some issues that were experienced by another festival in 2015. It was invaluable having Matthew and the TLT team take up the reins in order to achieve the required result."
TLT's Leisure team has extensive experience advising organisers of festivals, concerts and large indoor and outdoor events. TLT can help with all the legal requirements needed to operate successful events, including obtaining alcohol licences and advice on health and safety through to commercial contracts with suppliers, debt recovery and advice on corporate structure.