B&M has lodged an application for a booze licence at its planned Arnold store.
The retail giant has submitted a new premises licence application with Gedling Borough Council for the former Wilkos unit on Front Street. The chain hopes to have alcohol off sales of alcohol on Monday to Sunday between 7am and 11pm.
The former Wilkos store has remained empty since it closed on October 8.
B&M announced plans to takeover a number of former Wilkos store and it revealed last week that the Arnold site would be one of them.
Fans of the chain said they were happy the building would have new life breathed into it when B&M plans were revealed “We could have a full day out here if it opens,” one shopper posted on Gedling Eye’s Facebook page. “Aww yes, B&M is definitely most welcome,” said another.
B&M’s full application can be inspected by contacting the council’s licensing department, between 8am and 4pm Monday to Friday
Any representations must be made in writing by Thursday, January 11 to the Licensing Section, Public Protection Services, Gedling Borough Council, Civic Centre, Arnot Hill Park, Arnold Nottingham NG5 6LU.