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Sex establishment licence consultation in Carlisle

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A Cumbria council is asking for views on how it should regulate and licence lap dancing and pole dancing clubs.
Carlisle City Council is holding a public consultation on its new Sex Establishment Licence policy.
Its proposals include making venues renew their licences on a yearly basis.
The council wants to considers the views of local people, councillors and police, who have until 15 April to comment on the new policy.
Under new government legislation a sex venue, including sex shops and cinemas, can be considered unsuitable for an area because of nearby schools or church.

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