Agenda and minutes

Alcohol, Entertainment & Late Night Refreshment Licensing Committee
Friday, 11th January, 2019 10.00 am, NEW

Venue: Studio 1, The Guildhall Arts Centre, Council Offices, St. Peter's Hill, Grantham. NG31 6PZ

Contact: Lucy Bonshor 

Items
No. Item

1.

Disclosures of interests

2.

Minutes of the meeting held on 5 October 2018 pdf icon PDF 238 KB

                                                                                                                (Enclosure)

    Minutes:

    The minutes of the meeting held on 5 October 2018 were agreed.

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Licensing Act 2003: Meeting to decide if a committee hearing is required pdf icon PDF 99 KB

    Report CSL160 by the Licensing Officer, Legal and Democratic Services.

    (Enclosure)

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Decision:

     

    That a hearing is not necessary in relation to the application for the premise known as Adnams Cellar and Kitchen Store, Bath Row Warehouse, St Mary’s Passage, Stamford, Lincolnshire and therefore the Premise Licence can be granted.

     

    The Licensing Officer presented report CSL160 which related to an application of a premises licence in respect of the premise known as Adnams Cellar and Kitchen Store, Bath Row Warehouse, St Mary’s Passage, Stamford, Lincolnshire.  PE92HG.  The applicant wished to vary the opening hours for the sale of alcohol and the playing of recorded music from 10:00 hours until 22:00 hours Monday to Sunday inclusive to 8:00 hours to 22:00 hours Monday to Sunday inclusive.  Lincolnshire Police, a responsible authority had made representations based on the licensing objectives of The Prevention of Crime and Disorder and the Protection of Children from Harm.  The representation stated that no extra conditions had been offered in the application and that the existing conditions were inadequate.  The Police had since met with the applicant and suggested alternative wording and conditions and these had been agreed with the applicant.

     

    Where relevant representations were made, the Licensing Authority must hold a hearing to consider them, unless the Licensing Authority, the applicant and each person who has made representations agree that a hearing is unnecessary.

     

    As agreement had been made between the Police and the applicant on the wording and conditions of the Premise Licence, Members felt that it was not necessary to hold a hearing and on being put to the vote Members agreed that a hearing was not required.

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Close of meeting