All permits issued to B-Club, Space Lounge, KIZA and Explorers Tavern have been revoked by the Environment and Land court.
This is after a successful application was filed by residents of Kilimani where the four clubs are situated.
In their application, the residents cited a number of effects they receive from the operations of the clubs including insecurity.
They further added that they are deprived of their right to a healthy environment following reports of irregular disposal of items.
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It was established before the court the patrons expose children from the neighborhood uncalled for behaviors.
Other effects include road blockage and a drop in house prices due to their existence.
The Environmental and Land Court has however issued a 30-day notice before the orders take place, taking into account they already have licenses issued to them “illegally.”
The residents had also sued the Nairobi City County, Nairobi City Council Alcoholic Drinks and Licensing Board Chairperson and the National Environment Management Authority bosses.