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Armley shop’s alcohol licence up for review

An Armley shop’s premises licence will be reviewed by councillors later this month following concerns by West Yorkshire Trading Standards (WYTS).

Krakow Mini Market on Armley Town Street has illegal tobacco products with a street value of £3,000 seized by WYTS officers last year.

WYTS are requesting the shop’s remises licence, which allows the sale of alcohol everyday from 9am to 9pm daily, be reviewed on the grounds of prevention of crime and disorder, public safety and the protection of children from harm. They are recommending the licence be revoked.

Councillors sitting on the licensing sub committee will consider the review on Tuesday, February 28. Read the committee papers here.


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