A city centre takeaway is set to have its licence reviewed by Dundee’s licensing committee today.
German Doner Kebab on Reform Street was granted a late operating licence earlier this year, despite the objections of local residents.
It has been able to open to 3am at weekends and midnight during the week since the application was approved in February. A row over perceived elitism broke out at the meeting after Councillor Kevin Cordell accused Janet Hood, representing local landlords, of “food snobbery”.
Ms Hood denied this, and neither police nor environmental officers made any objections to the application.
However, licensing board convener Stewart Hunter approved the request on the condition the licence would be reviewed.