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    Go Local store under scrutiny in review of Liverpool’s licensed premises

    Go Local, on Whitechapel in Liverpool city centre (Photo via LDRS)

    A Liverpool off licence could lose its licence to sell alcohol after a review request from Merseyside Police.

    Go Local, on Whitechapel in Liverpool city centre, is now the subject of a licensing review, according to a public notice on Liverpool Council’s website.

    It is the latest in a series of reviews of city premises in recent months, one of which saw a restaurant have its licence revoked.

    The notice does not reveal the exact details surrounding the review of Go Local’s licence.

    Instead, the notice said: “A review of the license for this premises is related to the licensing objectives of the prevention of crime and disorder and the protection of children from harm.”

    Further details about the events surrounding the review are likely to be made public before the premises goes before the council’s licensing and gambling sub-committee as part of the review.

    Reviews can result in the loss of an alcohol licence but a range of other actions can also be taken that stop short of a complete revocation.

    The review of Go Local is the latest in a series of reviews into Liverpool’s licensed premises.

    Earlier in May, a restaurant in Liverpool city centre lost its licence after the owner was found to have breached lockdown restrictions at his restaurant just months after receiving a Covid fine for a separate breach elsewhere.

    Just under two weeks a pub on East Prescot Road managed to keep its right to sell booze despite a lockdown drinking session which degenerated into a brawl which saw the landlady stamp on a taxi driver’s head.

    The manager was immediately sacked and the pub’s owners managed to keep its licence.

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