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Supermarket in Harrow applies for 24-hour licence at new premises

MIR Food Centre, a popular supermarket in Harrow, has applied for a new premises licence under the Licensing Act 2003.

The application is currently pending review by London Borough of Harrow for a new location at 201-203 Streatfield Road in Queensbury.

The proprietor of MIR Food Centre, has submitted an application for a 24-hour licence to operate.

Additionally, the application includes a request for off-sales of alcohol, which would enable customers to purchase alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises.

The licensing authority will carefully assess the application, considering factors such as public safety, prevention of crime and disorder, and the impact on the local community.

Local residents and stakeholders will also have the opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns during the consultation period.

Once the review process is complete, Harrow Council will make a decision regarding the granting of the premises licence. Until then, MIR Food Centre will continue to operate with its other three locations across the borough in Wealdstone, Edgware and Kingsbury.

The consultation end date is 18th July.