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3 ST MARY'S PARSONAGE, MANCHESTER, M3 2RD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 832 3434
Fax:
Fax 0161 832 6650
DX:
14325 MANCHESTER-1
Email:
Web:
www.kuits.com

Anthony Lyons

Tel:
Work 0161 838 7888
Email:
Kuit Steinart Levy LLP

Work Department

Licensing and leisure.

Position

Anthony heads the Kuits licensing department and has considerable experience acting in licensing matters throughout the country, with an emphasis on strategic licensing advice to institutions and landlords, as well as specialising in obtaining premises licences in Cumulative Impact Zones.

He acts for numerous high profile national clients in all sectors of the licensed trade and regularly advises other law firms on difficult licensing issues. He also supports insolvency practitioners in the need for urgent licensing applications following administration. Anthony is a member and advisor for the Federation of Licensing Victuallers Association, and a member of the British Institute of Innkeeping and Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers.

Anthony is a member of The Legal 500 Hall of Fame.

To learn more about Kuits please click here.

Career

Partner Addleshaw Booth & Co; Kuit Steinart Levy 2002 to present.

Member

British Institute of Inn Keeping; Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers; Federation of Licensed Vituallers Association; PICAS.

Leisure

Skiing, fell walking, classic cars.


North West: Crime, fraud and licensing

Licensing

Within: Leading individuals

Anthony Lyons - Kuit Steinart Levy LLP

Within: Licensing

Kuit Steinart Levy LLP fields ‘an absolutely first-class team’ headed by Anthony Lyons, who is ‘hugely experienced and unflappable, with a preternatural ability to get the right results for his clients’. Lyons (‘one of the leading licensing lawyers in the UK’) and  Felicity Tulloch  are both ‘really strong – they know their subject inside out and know the ‘ecology’ in which they work’. The team has a growing client base of multi-site operators, property developers and individuals such as Revolution Bars, Living Ventures and Turtle Bay, and has a proven track record of handling high-profile licensing issues. The group has developed a specialism for being successful in obtaining new premises licences in so called areas of cumulative impact, and has a busy workload assisting the firm’s property department with servicing the licensing needs of a number of existing clients such as St Modwen, Allied London and Bruntwood Estates when these clients are developing properties in Manchester and beyond.

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