Chez La Vie in Harrogate enters voluntary liquidation

11 November 2015 by
Chez La Vie in Harrogate enters voluntary liquidation

A French bistro in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, which has been established for around 20 years, has entered into voluntary liquidation.

A notice regarding the appointment of liquidators for Chez La Vie Restaurant at Station Parade was posted on the official public record site the Gazette on 9 November. It featured alongside a resolution for winding up notice as a result of a meeting of the restaurant's creditors, which took place on 28 July.

David Adam Broadbent and Rob Sadler of Begbies Traynor in York were appointed as liquidators after the meeting.

The restaurant's website is no longer in use and its Twitter account has not been updated since September 2014, when the restaurant was about to close for a refurbishment.

Reviews on TripAdvisor hint that the restaurant changed hands before Christmas 2014.

The documents on the Gazette listed Thomas Adam Park as director of Chez La Vie.

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