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Contact: Naidine Jones
Welcome and Roll Call
Paddison welcomed all to the meeting and a roll call was completed.
Declarations of Interest
declarations of interest were received
Application to vary a Premises Licence - Kitty O'Sheas
applicant wished to be legally represented and therefore, a decision was made that
the application was not going to be determined at the meeting.
Access to Meetings
pursuant to Section 100A(4) and (5) of the Local Government Act 1972, the
public be excluded for the following items of business which involved the
likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Paragraph 12 and 18 of
Part 4 of Schedule 12A of the above Act.
Application for the Review of a Club Premises Certificate - Banwen RFC
considered an application for the review of a Club Premises Certificate and to
consider representations received in respect of the following application made
under the Licensing Act 2003:
Sub-Committee decided to modify the conditions of the club premises licence so
that the following conditions would apply:
a qualifying club activity from the scope of the Certificate for a
period of six (6) weeks. For the avoidance of all doubt, the exclusion only
applies to the supply of alcohol (Monday to Sunday: 10:00 – 00:00) and no other
licensable activity. This means the Premises is prevented from supplying
alcohol for six (6) weeks; and
the conditions of the Certificate.
were appropriate for the
promotion of the licensing objectives.
shall be no externally promoted and/or marketed event(s) held at the Premises
involving persons under the age of 18;
b. At all
times, the Premises Licence Holder will risk assess the need for SIA door
supervisors, and provide door supervision between such times, and in such
numbers, as is required by the risk assessment. A written document will be
retained and provided to the Police and/or authorised officers of the Council,
c. A daily
register of security personnel, if used, will be maintained. The register shall
show the: name; address; and licence number of each door supervisor, and the
date(s) and time(s) that they operate. The register must be kept for inspection
by the Police and/or authorised officer(s) of the Council;
Digital CCTV system shall be installed, or existing system maintained, at the
Premises which will be operational at all times when the Premises is open to
the public, and capable of providing pictures of evidential quality in all
lighting conditions, particularly facial identification. The CCTV recordings
must be correctly times and date stamped, and retained for a period of
thirty-one (31) days, and made available for viewing by the Police and/or
authorised officer(s) of the Council, on request.
The system must provide
coverage of the following areas:
The exterior perimeter of the Premises;
The entrance(s) and exit(s) to the Premises; and
The interior public areas of the Premises.
e. A staff
member from the Premises, who is conversant with the operation of the CCTV
system, shall be on the Premises at all times when the Premises is open to the
public. This staff member shall be able to show and provide the Police or
authorised officer recent data or footage with the absolute minimum of delay
following a lawful request;
f. An operational daily log report must be maintained, endorsed by signature, indicating the system has been checked and is compliant. ... view the full minutes text for item 5.
urgent items at the discretion of the Chairperson pursuant to Section
100B(4)(b) of the Local Government Act 1972.
Urgent Items were received