AN ALCOHOL licence has been submitted as part of plans to  open a new pub in the old M&Co building in Stroud

Pub group Amber Taverns says it is hoping to create a new “modern” and “attractive” drinking establishment in King Street.

It is believed 20 new jobs could be created, including part-time and full-time roles.

A change of use application was submitted to Stroud District Council on Friday, May 24.

An alcohol licence application has now been submitted to SDC. 

If approved, alcohol could be sold at the pub between 10am and midnight between Sunday and Thursday and 10am to 1am on Fridays and Saturdays. 

According to this application the pub could be open from 10am to 12.30am from Sunday to Thursday and from 10am to 1.30am on Friday and Saturday. 

Operations director Gary Roberts previously told the SNJ said: “We are really looking forward to investing in Stroud and excited about the conversion of the premises into a modern community pub.

“The layout of the proposed pub will incorporate the existing features of the building and bring into life a property that has been vacant for quite a while.

“It is likely to be September before we could open if all permissions are in place and if the contractors are free to undertake the works.”

See the alcohol licence -