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Election of Chair
Councillor Paling was elected as Chair for the meeting.
Declarations of Interest
Apologies for absence
That the minutes of the above meeting, having been previously circulated are agreed as a correct record.
The Panel considered an application for a premises licence for the Old Bank Mapperley.
In addition to the written representations in the bundle the panel heard live evidence from:
1. Mr Rathore (for the Applicant)
2. Terry Buttle (Responsible Authority)
3. Mark Smalley (Interested Party)
4. Bruce Roberts (Interested Party)
5. George Wildman (Interested Party)
6. Mark Vasey (Interested Party)
7. Lynda Schippers (Interested Party)
8. Tom Price (Interested Party)
In making its decision, the Panel has had regard to the Gedling Borough Council Licensing Policy, the guidance issued under section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 and the Human Rights Act 1998 and has carefully considered all the evidence presented to it, including the agreed conditions with the police and the proposed condition put forward by the Applicant.
The Panel has made this decision to promote the 4 Licensing Objectives:
1. Prevention of crime and disorder;
2. Public Safety;
3. Prevention of Public Nuisance;
4. Protection of Children from harm.
To grant the application for a Premises Licence with the modified permitted hours for the licensable activities including, live music, recorded music, and the supply of alcohol of:
Sunday – Thursday 08:00 – 23:30
Friday and Saturday 08:00 – 01:00
The permitted hours for the provision of late night refreshment of:
Sunday – Thursday 23:00 – 23:30
Friday and Saturday 23:00 – 01:00
The opening hours of the Premises are to be:
Sunday – Thursday 06:00 – 00:00
Friday and Saturday 06:00 – 01:30
Applies to all of the above
· If applicable, an additional hour to the standard and non-standard times on the day when British summertime commences.
· From the standard start timing on 31st December to the standard start time on the 1st January.
The Licence is subject to the Licensing Act 2003 mandatory conditions and the conditions agreed with the police as set out below:
1. A CCTV system with recording equipment shall be installed prior to the premises carrying out licensable activities and maintained in accordance with the system. It shall be recording at all times the premises is open to the public.
All recordings used in conjunction with CCTV shall:
i. be of evidential quality
ii. cover the point of sale, outside area and entrance and exit
iii. indicate the time and date
iv. be retained for a period of 31 days
v. sufficient staff will be trained to use the system
vi. the original images will be made available for inspection immediately upon the request of Police officers, or other authorised officers.
vii. copies of recordings shall be provided in a format which can be viewed on readily available equipment without the need for specialist software.
2. Door supervisors shall be employed at the premises on occasions as deemed necessary by the Designated Premises Supervisor and/or premises management following a risk assessment and/or on occasions when requested by, and following consultation with the Police.
3. Alcoholic and other drinks may not be removed from the premises in open containers save ... view the full minutes text for item 16.