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Appointment of Chair
That Councillor Kelly be appointed as Chair for this meeting of the Sub-Committee.
Declarations of Interest
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No declarations of any disclosable pecuniary interests or personal interests were received.
Report of Head of Highways and Public Protection
The Sub-Committee considered the report of the Head of Highways and Public Protection regarding an application by Mr Christopher Adams, The Village Tap & Bottle Limited, for the grant of a Premises Licence in respect of the above premises as follows:
Licensable activities applied for:
The applicants also wished the following nonstandard timings to be applicable:
· From the start time on New Year’s Eve to the terminal hour for New Year’s Day.
Numerous objections to the application had been received and this necessitated a hearing for which the Sub-Committee had been convened.
The Sub-Committee heard representations from:
· Ms Rebecca Ingram (Kuit Steinart Levy LLP), on behalf of the applicant;
· Mr Christopher Adams (applicant), in support of his application;
· Mr Jamie Rae (proposed manager), in support of the application;
· a local resident in support of the application;
· numerous local residents objecting to the application.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting was held remotely.
At the end of their representations each of the interested parties confirmed that they were satisfied that they had said all they wished to say.
The Sub-Committee retired under Regulation 14(2) of the Licensing Act (Hearings) Regulations 2005 (as amended) and thereby excluded the press and public whilst they reached their decision on the application. The Sub-Committee returned to give their decision in public.
The Application for the Grant of a Premises Licence in respect of The Village Tap & Bottle, 192 Cambridge Road, Southport, PR9 7LS, be granted subject to the hours set out in the revised operating schedule.
And the conditions put forward by the Applicant in the revised Operating Schedule as follows:
A) The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
1. A CCTV system shall be maintained and operated at the premises with cameras positioned both internally and externally.
2. Recorded CCTV images will be maintained and stored for a period of twenty-eight days and shall be produced to the Police or Licensing Authority upon request.
3. CCTV will be in operation at any time a person is in the premises. Where CCTV is recorded onto a hard drive system, any DVDs subsequently produced ... view the full minutes text for item 3.