Empty Scarborough shop set to become One Stop applies for alcohol licence

An empty shop on Scarborough’s seafront that is set to become a convenience store has applied for a licence to sell alcohol.

Tuesday, 28th January 2020, 9:53 am
Updated Tuesday, 28th January 2020, 9:54 am

One Stop Stores Ltd was granted permission by Scarborough Council last year to put its branding on 44 Sandside, next to Mutiny bar, ahead of the unit becoming the latest location for the chain.

The empty unit was once home to the Publishers Book Clearance store and then Rock and Gifts.

A premises licence has now been applied for, with sales of alcohol requested from 7am until 10pm from Monday to Sunday.

The unit of Sandside. Picture from planning application

Scarborough Council has put the application out to public consultation, with a closing date for representations of February 21.

To view the application visit www.scarborough.gov.uk/one-stop-notice-applicationThe Sandside store is the second new shop for the One Stop chain after it recently moved into the former Royal Bank of Scotland premises in Huntriss Row.