New Hall Lane off-licence faces licensing review

Posted on - 1st August, 2018 - 1:19pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Fishwick, Preston Council, Preston News
The Krakow store in New Hall Lane Pic: Google

An off-licence in New Hall Lane will face a hearing where it could be stripped of its licence to sell alcohol.


Krakow, which brands itself as an Eastern European off-licence and deli, was due to go before a licensing sub-committee at Preston City Council in May.

This hearing was adjourned and now councillors will hear an application from Trading Standards at Lancashire County Council to revoke the licence of the premises in Fishwick.

Lancashire Police are supporting the application to remove the licence for the shop, following reports of anti-social behaviour in a park opposite the shop – which police say is linked to alcohol being bought there.

Read more: The full statements given ahead of Krakow’s licensing review hearing

Councillors will hear the licence review on Thursday 2 August from 10am.

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