Plymouth's Dance Academy licence faces review
NIGHTCLUB boss Manoucehr Bahmanzadeh will find out next week whether he can keep his licence for the Dance Academy.
The Union Street club has been closed since a police raid in May 2006.
Mr Bahmanzadeh was freed from prison last autumn after serving a reduced sentence for allowing the supply of Class A drugs at the club.
Plymouth City Council's licensing committee will meet next Tuesday to hold a much-postponed review of the premises licence.
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Mr Bahmanzadeh told The Herald last year that he was willing to work with anyone to see the building revived.