Castle Rock plans new pub for Carrington Street site

An Enterprise Investment Scheme set up by Castle Rock Brewery owners has applied for a Premises Licence for a new bar on Carrington Street close to Nottingham Railway Station.

The Beer Consortium Limited has applied to Nottingham City Council to open the pub at 91 Carrington Steet on the site of the former sweet shop Barley Twist.

A spokesman for Castle Rock said,

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“The planning and license applications are still pending and there have been a couple of setbacks. All we can say at this point is that we are exploring a few options with the owner of the site and Nottingham City Council regarding the regeneration of Carrington Street.”

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The Beer Consortium’s directors include Ann Wilson, Jonathon Cox, Barry Dolton, James Johnson, Geoffrey Newton, Lee Parker, Vicki Saxby and Colin Wilde. Cox, Newton, Saxby and Wilde are also directors of Tynemill, which owns the Castle Rock Brewery.

For the year to 31 March 2016, Tynemill made a profit of £319,722 on a turnover of nearly £9.5m.

Castle Rock Brewery owns 21 pubs across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, York, Leicestershire, Lincolshire and Derbyshire, including the Stratford Haven in West Bridgford and the Embankment on Trent Bridge.

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