Convenience store owner applies for reduced off licence hours following concerns

The new shop is based in this area at Stanningley Bottom. Photo: Google

Councillors are set to decide whether to approve an application for an off licence at a new convenience store at Stanningley Bottom.

Mr Mohammed Doski, of Stainbeck Road, has submitted an application for an off licence for his new In N Out shop at 17 Bradford Road.

His application would see the convenience store sell alcohol Sunday to Thursday from 7am to 11pm and Friday and Saturday 7am to 12 midnight.

The Friday and Saturday hours have been scaled back from 7am until 4am following concerns reported by WLD over street drinking and anti-social behaviour.

Concerns were raised by Calverley & Farsley’s councillors over the 4am closure.

Members of Leeds City’s Council’s licensing sub-committee will consider whether to approve the application at Leeds civic Hall on Tuesday 8 August 2023. The agenda and reports can be read in full here.

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