Agenda and minutes

Licensing and Gambling Acts Sub Committee
Monday, 26th November, 2018 10.01 am

Venue: Committee Rooms 1/2 - Port Talbot Civic Centre

Contact: Nicola Headon 

Items
No. Item

1.

Application for the Grant of a Premises Licence - Aztecs Brewery

Minutes:

Members considered representations made under the Licensing Act 2003, for the sale of alcohol, off the premises only.

 

 

Premises Name

 

 

Aztecs Brewery

 

 

Premises Address

 

 

17 Glyndwr Street, Port Talbot

 

 

Applicant Name's

 

 

Ritchie Care & Owen Jones

 

 

Applicant Address

 

17 Glyndwr Street, Port Talbot, SA13 1YH

100 Worcester Court, Tonyrefail, CF39 8JT

 

 

DPS Name

 

 

Ritchie Care

 

 

RESOLVED:     that the application for grant of sale of alcohol off the premises only - 17 Glyndwr Street, Port Talbot, made by Ritchie Care and Owen Jones, be approved, as detailed within the circulated report, and subject to the following conditions:

 

Opening Hours (Premises will not be open to the public)    

Supply of Alcohol (Off Sales Only)
Monday - Sunday 09.00 - 21.00

 

The public will not attend the premises nor will alcohol sales be made to individual members of the public directly at the premises;

The door of the licensed area shall be secured by means of a lock to which only the DPS has access;

The premises shall have a Responsible Sales Policy detailing the steps taken to prevent sales & deliveries of alcohol to any person under the age of 18 and the policy shall be available for inspection by Police or any authorised officer of the Local Authority;

No Children to be present in the licensed area;

The company website shall operate an age verification process for all online orders of alcohol;

Any package dispatched shall bear a label clearly stating ‘This package shall not be delivered to any person under the age of 18’;

If alcohol is delivered by a member of staff of the company a Challenge 25 policy will apply and Proof of age will be required, at the point of delivery, from any person who appears to be under the age of 25 years who attempts to accept delivery of any alcohol;

The means of verification should be a form of identification which bears their photograph, date of birth and a holographic mark and should be restricted to:-

P.A.S.S Accredited Proof of Age Schemes e.g, Citizen Card,  

Proof  GB

Photocard driving licence or passport.

 

 

2.

Application for the Grant of a Premises Licence - Nu Cofi

Minutes:

Members considered representations made under the Licensing Act 2003, for the sale of alcohol and regulated entertainment.

Premises Name

Nu Cofi

Premises Address

79 Windsor Road, Neath, SA11 1NS

Applicant Name's

Shelley Jayne Jones

Applicant Address

9 The Crescent Crynant, Neath, SA10 8RT

DPS Name

Shelley Jayne Jones

 

RESOLVED:     that the application for the grant of a Premises Licence – Nu Cofi, 79 Windsor Road, Neath, SA11 1NS, made by Shelley Jayne Jones be approved, as detailed within the circulated report, and subject to the conditions listed below:

 

Opening Hours

Monday - Sunday 08.00 - 23.30

                             

Supply of Alcohol (On Sales)

Monday - Sunday 08.00 - 23.00

 

Recorded Music

Monday - Sunday 08.00 - 23.00

 

A Digital CCTV system shall be installed at the premises which will be operational at all times when the premises is open to the public.  The system must provide coverage of the following areas:-

The entrances and exits to the premises;

The interior public areas of the premises;

 

The CCTV recordings must be retained for a period of 28 days and made available for viewing by the Police or an authorised Officer of the Licensing Authority on request;

 

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 Police or authorised officer recent data or footage with the absolute minimum of delay when requested;

 

An incident recording book shall be maintained at the premises showing details of the date and time of any assaults, injuries, accidents, interventions by staff or ejections, as well as details of the members of staff involved, the nature of the incident and the action/outcome. The book must be kept available for inspection by the Police and authorised officers of the Local Authority;

 

Prominent signs must be provided throughout the premises and at all exits requesting patrons to leave in a quiet and orderly manner so as to minimise impact on local residents;

 

A Challenge 25 policy will apply and Proof of age will be required from any person who appears to be under the age of 25 years who attempts to purchase or consume alcohol. The means of verification should be a form of identification which bears their photograph, date of birth and a holographic mark and should be restricted to:-

P.A.S.S Accredited Proof of Age Schemes e.g,Citizen Card,  

Proof  GB

Photocard driving licence or passport;

 

Signage shall be displayed in a prominent position within the premises informing of the Challenge 25 policy;

 

A refusal book shall be maintained recording the date and time of all attempts by persons under the age of 18 to purchase alcohol. The book shall be made available to for viewing by the Police and / or authorised officer of the Licensing Authority on request;

 

Premises to keep up to date records of staff training in respect of age related sales,  ...  view the full minutes text for item 2.