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Enfield parks to discover entertainment licence outcome
Decisions on whether to grant dozens of parks across Enfield new entertainment licences will be made on Wednesday.
A licensing sub-committee will decide whether 15 parks, including Oakwood Park, Tatem Park and Albany Park, will be permitted to stage events such as live music, dance performances, plays and films on any day of the week between 8.00am and 11pm.
Concerns had been raised when plans were announced in July that the licences would increase noise and crime in parks if they were granted.
According to the application document, a total of 77 people have opposed the licence being granted to Oakwood Park, with 45 objecting to Grovelands Park receiving the licence.
Parks which could be affected:
Aylands Open Space
Bush Hill Park
Elsinge Golden Jubilee Park
Enfield Playing Fields
Firs Farm Recreation Ground
Holmesdale Open Space
Hood Avenue Open Space
St James Open Space
Tile Kiln Lane Open Space
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