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Statutory Licensing Sub Committee Minutes

Date:
Wednesday, 14th June, 2017
Time:
10:00 am
Place:
First Floor Committee Room, Town Hall, Stockton 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 Derek Brown, Cllr Bill Woodhead(MBE)
Officers:
Jonathan Nertney(HR,L&C), Leanne Maloney(A,D&ES)
In Attendance:
Applicant Anna Blackwell, Objector Mr Bosomworth
Apologies for absence:
None
Item Description Decision
Public
SLS
5/17
EVACUATION PROCEDURE
 
SLS
6/17
APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN
 
SLS
7/17
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
SLS
8/17
LICENSING ACT 2003
APPLICATION FOR VARIATION OF A PREMISE LICENCE
BLACKWELL'S BUTCHERS LIMITED, 122 HIGH STREET, NORTON, STOCKTON ON TEES

RESOLVED that the application for variation of a premise license be deferred to a future meeting of the Statutory Licensing Sub Committee for the reasons as detailed above.

Preamble

ItemPreamble
SLS
5/17
The Evacuation Procedure was noted.
SLS
6/17
RESOLVED that Councillor Kirton be appointed as Chairman for this meeting only.
SLS
7/17
There were no declarations of interest.
SLS
8/17
Members were required to determine an application for the grant of a variation of a premise licence for Blackwell's Butchers Ltd, 122 High Street, Norton, Stockton on Tees.

The proposed variation was for the following:

•To extend the hours for recorded music and supply of alcohol on and off the premises on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday from: 09.00 until 21.00 to 09.00 until 23.00

•To add Sunday 09.00 until 20.00

•To extend the opening hours from: 07.30 until 18.30 to 07.00 until 23.00

•To add Sunday 09.00 until 20.00

•The extensions were to allow the shop to open on an evening and weekends for private catering events and small dining experiences (maximum 20 guests) and not for general retail purposes.

The applicant and an objector were in attendance at the meeting and given the opportunity to make representation. The applicant provided some clarification of the intentions of the business and that some amendments could potentially be made to the application.

Members discussed the variation in detail and agreed it would be appropriate for the meeting to be adjourned in order to give the applicant an opportunity to consider her application and business plan with a view to making some amendments in order to address some of the concerns raised by persons who had made representations.

Members agreed to defer the application to a future meeting of the Statutory Licensing Sub Committee.

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