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

Date:
Monday, 10th January, 2011
Time:
10.00 a.m.
Place:
Council Chamber, 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 Miss Tina Large, Cllr Alan Lewis and Cllr Bill Woodhead.
Officers:
S Landles, M Vaines (DNS); J Nertney (LD).
In Attendance:
None.
Apologies for absence:
None.
Item Description Decision
Public
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APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN
RESOLVED that Councillor Woodhead be appointed for this meeting only.
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DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
There were no interests declared.
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PIZZA DELIGHT, 46 YARM LANE, STOCKTON ON TEES - APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF A LICENCE UNDER THE LICENSING ACT 2003
RESOLVED that the application for grant of a licence under the Licensing Act 2003 at Pizza Delight, 46 Yarm Lane, Stockton on Tees be approved subject to the following conditions:-

The provision of Late Night Refreshment for the following hours:-

• Monday to Thursday: from 23:00 to 01:00
and Sunday

Friday and Saturday: from 23:00 to 03:00

With premises been open to the public for the following hours:-

• Monday to Thursday: from 16:00 to 01:00
and Sunday

Friday and Saturday: from 16:00 to 03:00

The Committee also attached the following conditions to the grant of the licence, namely:-

1. Use appropriate management controls to reduce the likelihood of customers causing noise disturbance to local residents when using the premises. This should include the provision of self closing mechanisms to all external doors to reduce noise emanating from the premises.

2. There shall be no music played at the premises.

3. The ventilation and extraction system shall be operated and maintained in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations including the frequency of replacement of any filters. Any odours created from cooking on the premises shall be adequately vented and/or provided with odour control so that they do not cause a nuisance to nearby premises. Any odours created from cooking on the premises shall be adequately vented and/or provided with odour control so that they do not cause a nuisance to nearby premises.

4. Install and maintain a grease filter to the drainage system.

5. There shall be provided at the premises containers for the storage and disposal of waste foods and other refuse from the premises. Those containers shall be constructed, maintained, and located so that access to them by vermin and unauthorised persons is prevented and arrangements shall be made for the regular lawful disposal of their contents.

6. Where the premises provide food to the public for consumption on or off the premises, there shall be provided at or near the exits, sufficient waste bins to enable the disposal of waste food, food containers, wrappings etc.

7. Where the premises provide food for consumption off the premises, the public area immediately surrounding the premises shall be cleared of waste food, food containers, wrapping etc at the end of trading on each day. Such refuse shall be placed in a container designed for the storage and disposal of refuse and waste foods which shall be constructed, maintained and located so that access to it by vermin and unauthorised persons is prevented and arrangements shall be made for the regular lawful disposal of their contents.

8. Have appropriate systems in place to control pest infestations, such as a pest control contract.

9. No light from or on the premises and any other light under the control of the premises shall be provided where the light causes a nuisance to any nearby premises.

It was also noted that the steps set out in the Applicants Operating Schedule at Section P of the application will also be converted into conditions to be placed on the licence where it is reasonably practicable for them to be converted.
10.00 am - 11.00 am

Preamble

ItemPreamble
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Members gave consideration to the report, the application and the representations which had been received. Members noted that a representation had been received from one person "living within the vicinity of the premises". A representation had also been made by the Environmental Health Officer.

The Environmental Health Officer had initially submitted a representation as they had concerns over public nuisance. The Officer had attempted to contact the applicant to discuss conditions but had been unable to do so. The Officer informed Members that, if the conditions as detailed within the report were attached to the licence would address their concerns.

Members had regard to the written representation that had been received from a resident of 80 Yarm Lane which was in the vicinity of the premises.

After giving consideration to all of the evidence and representations made both in writing and orally Members agreed to grant the application for the hours requested and attached the conditions as requested by the Environmental Health Officer.

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