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Ipswich: Waterfront bar Isaacs faces council after complaint over music noise levels

PUBLISHED: 17:37 19 February 2014 | UPDATED: 17:37 19 February 2014

Isaacs on the Ipswich Waterfront

Isaacs on the Ipswich Waterfront

A popular bar on the Waterfront in Ipswich will have its license reviewed by borough chiefs this week following a complaint about music noise levels at the site.

Regulars of Isaacs will now be nervously awaiting the results of hearing, which is due to take place at Grafton House, in Russell Road.

A spokesman for the pub has declined to comment on the hearing, saying that there was a “process ongoing” which it was assisting in.

Full details of the premises license hearing have not been released but a spokesman for the borough council confirmed a meeting of the licensing and regulatory sub-committee will discuss it today.

For more information, visit www.ipswich.gov.uk

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