An application for a licence to sell alcohol and the performance of music and dance at the World’s End pub in Pudsey has been approved by Leeds City Council.
As previously reported, the pub had applied for a licence between 8am and 12 midnight each day.
Council licensing officers approved the application, subject to a number of conditions surrounding noise, door supervision and CCTV among others.
The World’s End hit the news last September when Mark Neave had his licence revoked due to police concerns about anti-social behaviour at the pub, including a firearms incident. The pub then opened from 11am to 12 midnight daily.
The new applicant is MCT Pubs Ltd, which is a public limited company incorporated on 14 December 2016. Companies House lists Michael Thornton as its sole director and shareholder.