Croydon Council have said there are no plans to review a Purley pub’s music licence after a “series of complaints” over noise because they have not done anything wrong.
A petition was recently set up on the website www.change.org to show support for the continuation of live music at The Jolly Farmers after several complaints from a neighbour.
The petition, set up by pub manager David Jones, suggested the venue’s music licence was under threat but he has explained that it was set up because he feared the council was considering reviewing it.
However, a Croydon Council spokeswoman said officers had visited the pun on several occasions following complaints but found no evidence that any of the conditions of its licence were being breached.
The petition has gained over 2,000 signatures.
Mr Jones said: “The building is listed so there is only so much we can do to it. We can’t insulate the walls but the building is so old they are really thick anyway.
“We are having 5mm