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Licensing Sub Committee (ceased to operate 10/04/2017) Minutes

Date:
Tuesday, 8th July, 2014
Time:
10:00
Place:
Council Chambers, Town Hall, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees. TS18 1AU
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Cllr Paul Kirton(Chairman), Cllr Philip Dennis, Cllr Michael Clark.
Officers:
L Maloney(DNS), A Pilgrim(L&D)
In Attendance:
Mr Lightwing(Applicant), Mr Vaines(Applicants representative), Mr Senior(Barrister), PC Thorpe(Cleveland Police).
Item Description Decision
Public
LSC
5/14
APPOINTMENT OF CHAIR
RESOLVED that Councillor Kirton be appointed Chair for this meeting only.
LSC
6/14
EVACUATION PROCEDURE
 
LSC
7/14
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
LSC
8/14
LICENSING ACT 2003
APPLICATION FOR VARIATION
REHAB, 28-29 PRINCE REGENT STREET
STOCKTON ON TEES

RESOLVED that application for variation be granted as amended and detailed above to the premise licence as requested.
Confidential
LSC
9/14
LICENSING ACT 2003
APPLICATION FOR VARIATION
REHAB, 28-29 PRINCE REGENT STREET
STOCKTON ON TEES

  • Statement
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    Statement
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    Exhibit 1
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    Exhibit 2
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    Exhibit 3
 
10:00

Preamble

ItemPreamble
LSC
6/14
The Evacuation Procedure was noted.
LSC
7/14
There were no declarations of interest.
LSC
8/14
Members gave consideration to the report, and the application to vary and the representations received from Cleveland Police, as set out in the papers, and orally at the meeting.

The Applicant Mr Lightwing and his representative Mr Vaines were in attendance at the meeting and were given the opportunity to make representation.

Prior to the commencement of the hearing, the Committee agreed to allow the parties time to informally discuss the objections received from Cleveland Police in the hope that the parties could reach agreement on the application to vary.

At the commencement of the hearing, and following the parties' informal discussions, the Police indicated that they would have no objection to the application to vary if the Applicant were to agree to amend the permitted times for the licensable activities and the opening hours as follows:-

• That the provision of regulated entertainment be varied to:-
• Monday to Sunday 09:00 until 03:00
• That the supply of alcohol on and off premises be varied to:-
• Monday to Sunday 09:00 until 03:00
• That the provision of late night refreshment be varied to:
• Monday to Sunday 09:00 until 03:00
• That opening hours be amended to read:-
• Monday to Sunday 09:00 until 03:30

Members noted that the Police had no objection to the substitutions/additions set out in the document attached to the application at pages 20-21, entitled: "Proposed Additional Steps to promote the Four Licensing Objectives", and that the Applicant had agreed:-

• That Annex 2 of the Premise Licence be amended to include all the substitutions/additions set out at pages 20-21 as above; and

•That, there be an additional amendment to the wording in paragraph 12 of Annex 2 of the Premise Licence, under the heading, "Prevention of Crime and Disorder" to read: "…12. A minimum of 2 SLA registered door supervisors shall be employed at the premises between 21:00 and closing on any night the premises are open until 02:30 and a minimum of 5 when the premises are open beyond 02;30, unless only the ground floor room is open when only 2 will be required; or unless only the first floor room is open when only 4 will be required. "

Members gave weight to the fact that discussions had taken place between the Applicant, his representative and the Police and the parties had agreed the proposed amendments as set out above.

After giving consideration to all of the evidence and representations made both in writing and orally, the Committee endorsed the amendments set out above, and resolved to grant the variation to the premise licence.

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