ALCOHOL LICENCE: Trading Standards has asked Bromley Council to review the alcohol licence of Times News, 60 Glebe Way, West Wickham, because shop staff have sold alcohol to minors. The staff sold alcohol to under-age volunteers during operations in June 2003, and in April and November last year. The Council will make the decision at a licensing meeting on Friday.

MANSION PLAN: Bromley Council planners are considering a proposal by St James Developments for technology firm Sira's site at South Hill, Chislehurst. It wants to convert the mansion into flats, convert the lodge and coach house into houses and build six detached five to six-bedroom houses, a terrace of 10 houses and 14 two to three-bedroom flats.

MUSIC MOVE: Chislehurst Sports and Country Club, Elmstead Lane, Bromley, is applying for a new licence to have live or recorded music and dancing from 11am to 11pm on Mondays to Thursdays and Sundays and from 11am to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Bromley Council will make the decision on Friday.

LAW BOOKS: Beckenham shop The Changing World, Beckenham Road, is appealing for donations of books to give to prisoners. Charity the Prism Project, distributes the books throughout UK prison libraries. Call 020 8663 4822.