New “regulated entertainment” bar could open in downtown Arnold
A new bar offering “regulated entertainment” could open in downtown Arnold after plans for a business license are submitted.
He was posted to 33-35 Front Street, in units previously occupied by Raez Shoes and Bargain Booze.
A request has been submitted to Gedling City Council for the sale of alcohol and to allow live and recorded music.
Labor and Co-operative Party Councilor Roxanne Ellis, who represents the Ernehale neighborhood on Gedling Borough Council, said the recent renovation of the Arnold Market was a key factor in opening new businesses in the city.
The authority bought the market last year and made an effort to improve its appearance, increasing the use of community events and activities and working with market traders to expand and increase the choice of goods and of available services.
New traders were also encouraged to get started.
Councilor Ellis said: “It’s great that a lot of people want to move their businesses to the area due to the local council’s renovation of the Arnold Market, which really shows that Arnold is booming as a place to go. businesses want to be.
“I am open to anything that creates jobs in the region.
“Obviously one of the main things we want to deal with is youth unemployment and unemployment among other groups as well.
“I hope they will hire locals for the jobs.”
She the market “has always been Arnold’s heart” and businesses “will try to hang on to the renovation of the Arnold market and how it is going to be such a thriving neighborhood again.”
This isn’t the only new bar planned for Front Street, with another establishment planned at the nearby Greenwoods costume rental store.
Councilor Ellis added, “We have a very healthy real ale scene in Arnold right now.
“These companies are trying something new because they believe there is room in the market for it.”
A notice was posted on the site regarding the request submitted for 33-35 Front Street.
The proposed application concerns the “supply of alcohol & provision of regulated entertainment” from 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and from 9 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.
A spokesperson for Gedling Borough Council said: “We can confirm that an application for a new premises license has been received for 33-35 Front Street, Arnold.
The app includes alcohol sales, late night refreshments, and live and recorded music.
“Interested parties may comment on the request by contacting the licensing section of Gedling City Council, up to and including October 9, 2019, by email at [email protected]”
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