AN application for a licence for the Bradford Live scheme has been submitted to Bradford Council.

Plans to convert the former Odeon cinema in Bradford city centre into a 3,800 capacity live music and events venue were approved by Councillors last week.

Now the NEC group, which will run the venue, has submitted a licensing application to the Council.

Plans to turn former Odeon in Bradford city centre into live music venue approved

It calls for permission for alcohol and regulated entertainment at the venue from Monday to Sunday for 24 hours.

It will also allow the venue to serve food from 11pm to 5am.

A licence is not needed to serve food before 11pm or after 5am.

People have until next month to comment on the licence.

Work is currently being done on the interior of the venue, and it is due to open late 2020.