Shisha smoking use held obstruction to safe pedestrian movement

An inspector has upheld an enforcement notice requiring the use of the forecourt of premises in central London for shisha smoking to stop, finding that customers spilling out onto the pavement regularly obstructed pedestrians and smoke and fumes affected residents on the upper floors.

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