Greenwich Council seek to stop alcohol sales at Nisa in Woolwich Town Centre

A plan to block alcohol sales at Nisa opposite Woolwich Arsenal station will be heard by Greenwich Council’s Licensing Board tonight.

The block would be in place for a month whilst staff are retrained and the Designated Premises Supervisor removed. It follows the sale of alcohol to an under 18 year old.

The store begun selling alcohol in 2012 and sits in a prime spot in the old Woolwich Equitable building opposite the station.

 

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One thought on “Greenwich Council seek to stop alcohol sales at Nisa in Woolwich Town Centre

  • June 9, 2018 at 4:51 pm
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    seriously? they work very hard at this shop, very reliable and need retraining? it was ONE error of judgment. Goodness me.

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