Agenda and draft minutes

Licensing Sub Committee
Tuesday, 11th June, 2019 11.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Cecil Street, Margate, Kent

Contact: Emily Kennedy 

Items
No. Item

657.

Election of Chairman

658.

Apologies for Absence

659.

Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 87 KB

660.

APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - 25B HIGH STREET, MARGATE pdf icon PDF 177 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Also present:

     

    Officers:  Penny Button, Head of Safer Neighbourhoods

    Christopher Brown, Environmental Protection Officer

     

    Applicant:  Mr Blayne

     

    Objectors:  Mr Minerva

      Mr Haddon

     

    Penny Button, Head of Safer Neighbourhoods introduced the report.

     

    The Objectors addressed the Sub-Committee.

     

    The Applicant addressed the Sub-Committee.

     

    The Objectors asked questions of the Applicant.

     

    The Sub-Committee asked questions of the Applicant.

     

    Further to debate, the Sub-Committee agreed:

     

    Considering all the factors and the submissions of the Applicant, Environmental Health and the Head of Safer Neighbourhoods. Questions were allowed to be raised as the committee considered they would assist their decision under the regulations.

     

    Considering the statutory framework notably the Licensing Act 2003, the Local Authorities Policy, Human Rights Act and the Equalities Act so far as they apply.

     

    Noting that application amended to remove application for licence for live music and limited now to alcohol.

     

    The Decision of the sub-committee is that:

     

    1. The licence be granted.
    2. The statutory mandatory conditions will apply.
    3. The Licensed area will be limited to the internal building
    4. The premises shall operate the “Challenge 25” proof of age scheme. All customers who appear to be under the age of 25 years will be challenged to prove they are over 18 years when attempting to purchase alcohol.

     

    The licensing hours will be:

     

    10am to 11pm

     

    Nothing shall prevent the proprietors from closing early or opening late.

     

    Noting what was said in the hearing the sub-committee requires no condition regarding need to serve food with alcohol.

     

    Any alcohol bought inside can be consumed in courtyard but alcohol cannot be bought in courtyard.

     

    The reasons given were that the application meets this district authority’s policy guidelines.

     

    The Applicant(s) were informed of the right to appeal.

     

661.

APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES LICENCE - 231 NORTHDOWN ROAD, MARGATE pdf icon PDF 174 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Also present:

     

    Officers:  Penny Button, Head of Safer Neighbourhoods

    Katy Lane, Environmental Protection Officer

     

    Applicant:  Ms Abbie Warren

     

    Penny Button, Head of Safer Neighbourhoods introduced the report.

     

    The applicant addressed the Licensing Sub-Committee.

     

    Members asked questions of the Applicant.

     

    Further to debate, Members agreed:

     

    Considering all the factors and the submissions of the Applicant, Environmental Health and the Head of Safer Neighbourhoods. Questions were allowed to be raised as the committee considered they would assist their decision under the regulations. The objection on the papers was noted.

     

    Considering the statutory framework notably the Licensing Act 2003, the Local Authorities Policy, Human Rights Act and the Equalities Act so far as they apply.

     

    The Decision of the sub-committee is that:

     

    1. The licence be granted.
    2. The statutory mandatory conditions will apply.
    3. The premises will operate the challenge 25 scheme.

     

    The licensing hours will be:

     

    From Monday to Saturday each week: 10am to 11pm

    On Sundays and Bank Holidays: 10am until 4pm

    On New Years day the premises may remain open until 1am each year

     

    The reasons given were that the application meets this district authority’s policy guidelines.

     

    The Applicant(s) were informed of the right to appeal.