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Another client said he was offered a sexual service before “and was expecting this type of service again”.
The police comments state: “From the information gathered at this visit and the complaints being received from members of the public about these premises we believe that it is being used as a brothel.” The police objected to the planning application and stated they would be asking landlord Dave Wells to consider ending the tenancy.
If people come here and ask for sex I say we don’t do these things.” “You can see I have a notice up.
I want to do a proper massage and I don’t want people to ask for these ridiculous things.” Mrs Johnson said they have been doing massages since May 2011. The police have come here, the landlord has come here, they have no evidence and they say what they like,” she said.
Read the report sent to the council And when an Echo reporter visited for a massage and asked if sexual services were available he was given a price before leaving.
One of those who welcomed the news was 22-year-old Brogan Mc Cormack, who has had clients coming into her salon, Hand Made Beauty, asking for ‘extras’.
Steve Fuller, 61, from Park North is on the committee of the Breathe Easy Group and said he was delighted with the response to the meeting, which 31 people attended.
“It was amazing how many people showed up and I was really pleased with the turn-out,” he said.
“There are several options for doing so, using other legislation, but in this case we decided it was a good option to use the planning application to achieve the desired result.” Boscombe East ward councillor John Wilson said he was glad the application had been turned down.
He said: “We had two talks from specialists and I think everyone went away a lot more informed than before.