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The company is looking to renew its sexual entertainment venue license for the premises that were the subject of some controversy when it opened.
However, since then, the venue’s license has been renewed each time, and there’s no reason to suggest that it’s a different license this time.
Wigan MP Lisa Nandy turned down Baby Platinum’s opening in 2014, and there have also been complaints from churches in the city.
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Residents have also regularly complained about the facility, including during previous license renewal periods.
However, none of these were sufficient to prevent officials from giving permission to the owners of Baby Platinum to continue trading.
The last application to renew the license was submitted on June 15th. That started a 28-day period for anyone who believes the company should not be given the green light to continue doing business.
For details on how to apply, see the Licensing section at the Wigan Life Center on College Avenue. The premises are open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Statements regarding this license renewal should be made in writing to the License Manager, Wigan Council, Wigan City Hall, Library Street, Wigan, WN1 1YN.