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Printworks seeks increase in capacity post-lockdown for ‘major events’

Printworks, the club housed in the former Daily Mail printing facility, is seeking an increase to its capacity of up to six thousand post-lockdown.

In a submission for a variation of its premises license to the council, the club states that the maximum six thousand number would be up to twenty times a year for “major events.”

Currently the maximum capacity of the Surrey Docks club is five thousand for DJ club nights and music events – meaning the venue is seeking an increase in numbers by a fifth.

The application states: “That the full premises will trade to capacity (6,000 people), when a DJ and / or live music will perform / be performed, on no more than 20 events per year.

“These events are referred to as major events.” The application was received on April 24, and members of the public have until May 11 to make representations to the council on their views.

You can make representations on the application, reference 872489, by following the link here.

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