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24 hour off licences in Camden

There are currently no 24 hour off licences in the London Borough of Camden.

Camden and Westminster are the only boroughs in London that don't have any shops licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours a day.

Take a look at the map of all shops in London licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours to find 24 hour off licences selling alcohol at night in London boroughs neighbouring Camden. Alternatively, you can get alcohol delivered to your home by one of the many companies now offering late night alcohol delivery in Camden. These alcohol delivery services are licensed to deliver alcohol at night by the local authority where they are based, but can legally deliver to Camden or anywhere else for that matter.

There were two Sainsbury's supermarkets in the London Borough of Camden that were licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours, however, after Camden Council decided to introduce a Late Night Levy on premises selling alcohol at night, Sainsbury's amended the times on their licence to 6am-midnight, thus avoiding being hit by Camden's Late Night Levy.

The Sainsbury's stores in Camden previously licensed for 24 hour alcohol sales were at MidCity Place, High Holborn and The O2 Centre, Finchley Road, Swiss Cottage/West Hampstead. Although both store were licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours, it had been a long time since they actually opened 24 hours.



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Neighbouring Boroughs: Barnet, Brent, City of London, Haringey, Islington and Westminster.









Please Note: Just because a shop is listed as having a 24 hour alcohol licence doesn't necessarily mean that the shop is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's up to each individual shop to decide whether or not it uses its 24 hour alcohol licence (there are some shops that have decided not to sell booze all night even though they are licensed to sell alcohol 24 hours). It's also worth noting that large 24 hour supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda) are not open all night on Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays (due to Sunday trading laws in England and Wales), so are only of any use on weekdays or Friday nights. Some large Tesco supermarkets (usually Tesco Extra branches) now open at midnight on Monday morning (probably classed as Sunday night by most people). We've tried to list the phone number for each 24 hour off licence so you can confirm opening times before setting off on your quest for 24 hour booze. If you're planning to visit one of the large supermarket chains then you may prefer to use their store locator to check opening times.