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Gambling firm Merkur Slots bids for licence for Spalding's former Dorothy Perkins store



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Gambling company Merkur Slots is making a fresh bid to open up in Spalding's former Dorothy Perkins store.

A South Holland District Council licensing panel hearing next Tuesday (November 30) is due to rule on whether the firm can have a 'bingo premises licence' for the empty Hall Place store.

Merkur has previously been refused planning permission for a change of use for the building to a 24/7 adult gaming centre after a groundswell of opposition - although it is now appealing that decision.

This image shows how the Spalding shop front could look. (49731172)
This image shows how the Spalding shop front could look. (49731172)

The licensing matter is a fresh application and is treated separately from the planning application.

Bingo premises licenses allow venues to include some gaming machines too.



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