Due to time constraints, the hearing at Preston Magistrates’ was adjourned until the above date, with the court ordering that the venue remain shut to the public until then.
Lancashire Constabulary had filed an application for a closing order of the venue after 2 separate incidents of public disorder had occurred near the premises.
On Monday June 1 police had issued a 48 hour closure of the nigthclub, under section 76 of the anti-social behaviour act.
Andy Mac, owner of venue, insists that the club’s closure will only be temporary.
Macs will not be open for 48 hours until the issue with customers that congregate on Friargate is resolved. Macs is not closing down
— Andy Mac YBD (@AndyMacsBar) June 1, 2015
The case continues June 12.