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Chorleywood Premier alcohol licence revoked again

posted 22 Jan 2013, 01:24 by Unknown user   [ updated 17 Feb 2013, 11:45 ]
As we reported back in October, Chorleywood Premier had its alcohol licence revoked after a police and Trading Standards sting operation. After initially saying that the store was going to be closed for the two month period, it reopened after a week and continued trading without selling alcohol.

Following another sting operation, the police and trading standards as statutory agencies have again made representations to the Three Rivers Licencing sub committee. Along with public comments made by several local residents who have had to put up with public nuisance and littering from potential customers of the Premier Store, the licencing sub committee met again last night and have again revoked the alcohol licence for Chorleywood Premier after it was again found that they had not been adhering to the conditions of the licence. The licencee has 21 days to appeal the decision.

Update 17th February 2013: the licence holder has appealed the decision so they can continue to trade until the appeal is decided.