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Farsight Collective's New Music &
Cultural Venue in London's West End

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The Farsight Collective have applied to Camden Council for a Premises Licence for a new venue in London’s West End. It’s situated at 4 Flitcroft Street WC2H 8DJ and backs onto the Denmark Street, the home of independent record shops, music studios, and historic venues where some of the UK’s greatest musical talent once performed.

With a respectful nod to the area’s music heritage and local community, the experienced Farsight Collective team are proposing a new cutting edge live and electronic music venue until 2:30am weekdays and 5am on weekends. During the day the venue will be a cultural hub, providing a new home for community initiatives and local art.

Your Support

Camden Council have a tough local licensing policy supported by the authorities, police and organised local resident objectors. We’re asking you to please help the Farsight Collective’s licence application by lodging your support in time for the public consultation deadline on 25 March 2024.

We encourage you to write in your own words, explaining a little about you, why you support the application and why you think the application will promote the 4 licensing objectives (prevention of crime & disorder, prevention of public nuisance, public safety and protection of children from harm).

Alternatively, if you prefer, please feel free to use the template below, which we also welcome you to amend in your own words.

The Farsight Collective have engaged with the authorities and local people. They have thoughtfully devised innovative and robust operational procedures centred around inclusivity, safeguarding, customer welfare, safe dispersal and noise control.

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