Worthing pizza restaurant has turned down its 3am opening plan

The offer from a WORTHING pizza restaurant for later opening hours was rejected by the municipality.

New takeaway Tops Pizza took over a former Thai restaurant at 14 South Farm Road in April.

It’s part of a long-standing chain with 60 stores across the UK.

Since opening in the city, the business has applied to Worthing Borough Council for permission to be open between 12pm and 3am, seven days a week.

But the application was rejected by the permitting committee earlier this month over noise concerns.

The council’s environmental protection team raised concerns that noise from customers, delivery vehicles and exhaust fans could disturb nearby residents – including those living above the diner.

Mohamed Abdulla, who represented Tops Pizza at an August 10 licensing hearing, offered to shorten the 3am closing time on Fridays and Saturdays only.

But the head of the council’s environmental protection team, Nadeem Shad, said noise late into the night could be a “public nuisance”.

“I still think 3am is too late in this place,” Mr Shad said, “the potential for disruption is pretty big.”

Sussex Police initially raised concerns about opening times but withdrew all objections after the shop agreed to a number of terms.

Tops Pizza is currently open Sunday through Thursday from 12pm to midnight and Friday and Saturday from 12pm to 2am.

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