The club have submitted a new 155-page document detailing their own suggested security, welfare and medical facilities for future operations
fabric have revealed details of the evidence submitted to court in their case to have the club reopened. According to a press release the Farringdon club will submit a 155-page document detailing their proposed security, welfare and medical facilities along with 32 new proposed licensing conditions, “to give further assurance that if permitted to re-open, the club will operate to a gold standard.”
The club have also stated they have submitted 41 witness statements from various figures including Professor Fiona Measham, a drug welfare expert and founder of drug harm reduction charity The Loop, and Adrian Studd, the former Metropolitan police Chief Inspector who headed up licensing at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
fabric have also recently submitted 12 recommendations to the House Of Lords Select Committee on the Licensing Act, “so that in future problems at licensed premises are addressed in partnership between licensees and regulatory stakeholders, with closure generally being a measure of last resort.”