An application to sell alcohol at an indoor sports bar, sports simulator and games room in Pudsey will be considered by Leeds council licensing chiefs on Tuesday, 12 April.
Outside In Sports Simulator Ltd has applied for an alcohol licence at its base – which first opened in November and features a state-of-the-art golf simulator – at Unit 4 in Pudsey Business Centre, off Kent Road.
The application is for the sale of alcohol, indoor sporting events, performance of live music and performance of recorded music daily between 9am and 11pm.
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve would have a licence until 1am, and New Year’s Day 2am, should councillors on the licensing sub committee approve the application.
There have been two individual letters of objection, both of which are opposed on the grounds of public nuisance.
West Yorkshire Police have no objection, subject to conditions including CCTV, a ‘challenge 25’ age verification policy, a daily record register being maintained by door staff and the maintenance of an incident report register.
According to the council report, the sale of alcohol is for consumption both on and off the premises.
The proposed designated premises supervisor is Simon Doswell.
The council’s licensing sub-committee will meet to decide the application on Tuesday, 12 April at Leeds Civic Hall from 10am. Read the reports and documents related to the application here.