Police object to late-night alcohol bid for Preston’s Guild Hall



Plans to revitalise the night-time economy in part of Preston may have hit the buffers after police raised “significant” concerns about the impact on the city.
Guild Hall bosses have launched a bid to serve alcohol at the venue until 6am with 24-hour opening, which they say is essential for their vision for the centre.
But police have objected to the application, fearing it could “change the face and nature of Preston city centre for the foreseeable future”.
The 1970s venue is undergoing a massive regeneration, with live music, 10-pin bowling and bars and restaurants among the plans.
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14 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
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