The owners of Winstons Health and Leisure on Dewsbury Road in Beeston, described as a “brothel” by West Yorkshire Police three years ago, have applied for a licence to sell alcohol. This will be the fourth attempt to get such a licence. The last application, made by DRH Health Ltd
The application for an alcohol licence for the Winston’s Health and Leisure was rejected at a full hearing by the Leeds City Council Licensing sub committee on Tuesday (28 February 2017). South Leeds previously reported on the application here and here. Councillors visited the premises on Dewsbury Road ahead of
A hearing to decide an application from Winston’s Health and Leisure for an alcohol licence was adjourned this morning (14 February 2017). Leeds City Council’s Licensing Sub Committee was due to hear the application, but the applicant, Dan Hall, asked for an adjournment as his barrister was unable to attend.
The notorious Winston’s “Health & Leisure” club on Dewsbury Road has submitted an application for a licence to sell alcohol and play recorded music. The application will be considered by the Council’s Licensing Sub-Committee on Tuesday (14 February 2017). The premises, which have variously been known as Winston’s and Churchill’s,
There was another lively debate about Aspiring Communities’ planning application for the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road at last night’s Beeston Community Forum (2 January 2014). Chair Christine Thornton explained that the Forum had submitted a letter of objection to the application and that the deadline for comments
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