Agenda and draft minutes

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Contact: Steve Wood  020 8313 4316

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No. Item

1.

APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN FOR THE MEETING

Minutes:

Councillor Pauline Tunnicliffe was appointed Chairman.

2.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

3.

APPLICATION FOR NEW PREMISES LICENCE AT CHISLEHURST SPORTS AND COUNTRY CLUB,ELMSTEAD LANE, CHISLEHURST, BR7 5EL pdf icon PDF 6 MB

Minutes:

Licensing Decision

 

The Panel made the following decision having regard to:

 

1.  The four licensing objectives

2.  The Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy 2016 – 2021

3.  Guidance issued under the Licensing Act 2003

4.  Written and oral representations from the Applicant

5.  Written representations from Local Residents

6.  Written and oral representations from the Police – PC Sear

7.  Written and oral representations from the Ward Councillor – Suraj Sharma

8.  Written and oral representations from the Ward Councillor – Kieran Terry

9.  Written and oral representations from the Public Health Nuisance Team

 

The sub-committee decided to grant the amended application subject to the following conditions: -

 

·  Sale and supply of alcohol:-

Fridays from 19.00 until 22:30

Saturdays from 12:00 until 22:30

Sundays from 12:00 until 22:00

 

·  Recorded music:-

Fridays from 19:00 until 22:30

Saturdays from 12:00 until 22:30

Sundays from 12:00 until 21:30

 

·  Live music and regulated entertainment:-

Fridays from 19:30 until 22:30

Saturdays from 12:00 until 22:30

Sundays from 12:00 until 21:30

 

·  The licence shall cease 30 minutes before the premises closes

 

Additional Conditions:

 

1.  The licensable area shall be limited to the building premises and exclude the outside areas to minimise disturbance to residents.

 

2.  No alcohol shall be taken to the “outside areas” including the patio and terrace.

 

3.  All areas must be completely cleared of anything that could cause harm to children, especially glass and cigarette stubs.

 

4.  All doors and windows to be closed during the period of recorded music and regulated entertainment except for access and egress.

 

5.  Signage shall be placed prominently in the licensable area, requesting all customers to respect local residents and leave the premises quietly.

 

6.  A sealed noise limiter must be fitted. The noise level to be set by Council officers at a reasonable level to be determined by the Council.

 

7.  Two SIA registered door supervisors must be put in place from 20:00 until close of business.

 

8.  A Challenge 25 policy will be applied at the premises with appropriate signage displayed inside and outside the premises to protect children from harm.

 

9.  All staff shall be trained in relation to the Licensing Act 2003 and conflict management. Training records shall be held at the premises and made available for inspection by the police and licensing authority upon reasonable request. Refresher training will be undertaken every six (6) months to uphold all four licensing objectives.

 

10.A Refusal book to be maintained and updated on the premises that records all refusals made about the supply of alcohol on the premises, and this will be made available for inspection by the police and licensing authority upon request.

 

11.The DPS shall record and maintain a comprehensive incident register at the premises. Details of incidents shall be added to the register within 24hrs of any incident. The following details shall be recorded: -

 

o  Date

o  Time

o  Location

o  Persons concerned

o  Summary of incident

o  Identification of any Emergency Services Personnel who attended

o  Crime  ...  view the full minutes text for item 3.

 

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