Findings in recent reports have subjected that in order to take proper control over availability of alcohol in areas licensing authorities need to be given more powers.
Alcohol Concern Cymru asserted that currently licensing authorities in England and Wales don't have enough powers with them which could help them regulate availability of alcohol in their areas, especially in cities, where these majorities of the retailers have adjacency with each other.
Its latest report, entitled 'Full to the brim?' Cymru suggested that if places or hubs from where alcohol is sold are confined, then it will automatically help reduce the health ailments encountered as a consequence of alcohol. Moreover, even if the price of alcohol is rose, then even significant changes can be administered.
Mark Leyshon, a spokesman for the charity, said: 'It's well-established that two of the key ways to reduce alcohol related harm are increasing the price of alcohol and restricting its physical availability".
Mr. Leyshon unveiled that in England and Wales soon unit pricing of alcohol is to be introduced. But majority impact will only be administered when major changes will be brought about in licensing laws that will allow local authorities to take proper hold of the situation.
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