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If you wish to comment or make a representation on any of the applications below you'll need to read our information about current premises licences and club certificate applications.


Ref No. 054462

Premises: Rabbit & Co, 4-6 Broad Street, Ottery St Mary, EX11 1BZ

Ward: Ottery St Mary 

Name of Applicant: Mrs Emma Scott & Mrs Nicholas Scott

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Wednesday 08:00 to 21:00
Thursday to Saturday 08:00 to 22:00
Sunday 10:00 to 18:00

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON and OFF the premises
Monday to Wednesday 08:00 to 21:00
Thursday to Saturday 08:00 to 22:00
Sunday 10:00 to 18:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT

STAFF TRAINING

All staff engaged in licensable activity at the premises will receive training and information in relation to the following:

  • The Challenge 25 scheme in operation at the premises, including the forms of identification that are acceptable.
  • The hours and activities permitted by the premises licence issued under the Licensing Act 2003 and conditions attached to the licence.
  • How to complete and maintain the refusal register in operation at the premises (in relation to the sale of alcohol).Recognising the signs of drunkenness.
  • The operating procedures for refusing service to any person who is drunk, under-age or appears to be under age, or appears to be making a proxy purchase.
  • Action to be taken in the event of an emergency, including reporting an incident to the emergency services.

Training shall be recorded in documentary form and shall be regularly refreshed at no greater than 12 month intervals.

Training records shall be made available for inspection and copying at reasonable times upon request of an authorised officer of a responsible authority. Training records will be retained for at least 12 months.

Signage to be kept clean and clearly displayed.

We will not sell alcohol to anyone we believe to be intoxicated.

Displaying a clear and legible notice indicating the normal hours under the terms of the premises licence during which licensable activities are permitted.

Clear and conspicuous notices warning of potential criminal activity, such as theft, that may target customers will be displayed.

Entrance and exits clearly signposted.

Adequate access for emergency vehicles is provided.

All parts of the premises and all fittings, door fastenings, lighting, electrical, ventilation, washing facilities and other installations will be maintained at all time in good working order and in a safe condition.

We will conduct our business during normal retail hours of 8am and 6pm.

Deliveries of materials necessary for the operation of the business will be carried out at such a time or in such a manner as to prevent nuisance and disturbance to nearby residents.

The Licensee will ensure that staff who arrive early morning or depart late at night when the business has ceased trading conduct themselves in such a manner to avoid causing disturbance to nearby residents.

CHALLENGE 25

There will be in place a written age verification policy in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol, which will specify a Challenge 25 proof of age requirement. This means that staff working at the premises must ask individuals who appear to be under 25 years of age, attempting to purchase alcohol, to produce identification. The only acceptable identification documents will be:

  • A photo driving licence
  • A passport
  • An identification card carrying the PASS hologram

Unless such identification is produced the sale of alcohol must be refused.

This policy will include documented steps taken to prevent adults from purchasing alcohol for or on behalf of children under 18.

REFUSALS REGISTER

An alcohol sales refusal register shall be kept at the premises and be maintained to include details of all alcohol sales refused. The register will include:

  • the date and time of refusal
  • the reason for refusal
  • details of the person refusing the sale
  • description of the customer
  • any other relevant observations.

The refusals register will be made available for inspection and copying on request of an authorised officer of a responsible authority. All entries must be made within 24 hours of the refusal.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
5th October 2022


Ref No.054480

Premises: Feast Lyme Bay, 12 Marine Place, Seaton, EX12 2QL

Ward: Seaton

Name of Applicant: Feast Lyme Bay

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Sunday 09:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Monday to Sunday 09:00 to 22:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
A suitable CCTV system that can record will be operated and made available to Police on request.

Public Safety
A suitable CCTV system that can record will be operated and made available to Police on request.

The Prevention of Public Nuisance
Staff will be trained in the responsible sale of alcohol and apply the Challenge 25 system.

The Protection of Children from Harm.
A suitable CCTV system that can record will be operated and made available to Police on request.
Staff will be trained in the responsible sale of alcohol and apply the Challenge 25 system.
Staff will complete a refusals book that can be made available to Police on request.
All alcohol will be stored behind a counter.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
7th October 2022


Ref No. 054537

Premises: Manor Road Car Park, Manor Road, SIDMOUTH, Devon, EX10 8RT

Ward: Sidmouth Town

Name of Applicant: Velvet Ear Productions Limted

TIME LIMITED Premises Licence Application from 09/12/22 - 18/12/22

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Sunday 16:00 to 21:30

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON and OFF the premises
Monday to Sunday 16:00 to 21:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
Arrangements for planning and organising this event will - where reasonably practicable - be in accordance with guidance issued by the HSE and the HSE and IOSH supported ‘Purple Guide’. As such, the event has contracted the services of an Event Safety Advisor with experience of outdoor events. They will be responsible for the writing and implementation of the Event Safety and Management Plan and Event Risk Assessment. The objective of these documents will be to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the safety of the public and staff in their enjoyment of the event and to promote a unified, co-ordinated response should any emergency arise from the event. To achieve this objective, the main aims of this plan will be to:

  • To identify roles, duties and responsibilities for the creation of an Event Management Team and key contractors
  • To identify lines of communication and control
  • To identify safety and welfare measures and the implementation of them

The Event Management Team will use their knowledge and experience of similar events when planning this event to ensure that they comply with legal requirements at all times and that, where possible and applicable, Approved Codes of Practice and Guidance are followed in presenting the event. Additionally, we will use the “4Cs” in planning for safety - Competence, Control, Co-operation and Communication.

COMPETENCE - All staff and contractors employed for this Event will be chosen for their competence in their particular field

CONTROL & COOPERATION - The Event Management team and Event H&S Advisor will have input into the planning of the Event and will use the outcomes of the team meetings and site visits to determine a hierarchy of control and a set of documents relating to the control of the Event as a whole. The Event Management Team will involve Responsible Authorities, other Local Council Departments, Emergency Services and contractors as necessary in planning the Event.

COMMUNICATION - Effective communication is seen as the key to controlling risks and ensuring safe and professional operation of the Event. To enable a safe and well managed event to take place, communication must be maintained throughout. This will include communication prior to and during the event between the Event Management Team and Responsible Agencies; communication with the public before and during the event; and during the event open periods, provision of an effective Event Control system primarily using radios and with back-up systems of mobile phones and group messages to act as a communication centre to receive, log, distribute and control the flow of information across all departments during the event.

No alcohol sales staff under the age of 18 will be employed.

All alcohol sales staff will be fully briefed by DPS on licensing legislation prior to the gates opening.

Challenge 25 policy in operation.

SIA registered security staff will be on duty from gate opening to close and will monitor the event site at all times.

Advice will be sought from Devon & Cornwall Police Authority and additional measures will be taken if thought necessary.

All aspects of staff and public safety are addressed in the Event Safety & Management Plan and associated appendices. As a minimum, the following measures will be in place:

All aspects of the event operation will be risk assessed and necessary provisions made to limit the impact of that risk.

All interested parties (including SAG) will be consulted throughout the event planning stages and measures will be taken as necessary.

Event briefings will take place prior to gate opening, throughout the event (if necessary) and a hot debrief will take place as required after each day of the event.

The following provisions will be in place in line with the “Event Safety Guide” and as dictated by the Event Risk Assessment:

  • First Aid
  • Stewards & Security
  • Fire provision including appropriate FFE
  • Sanitary facilities
  • A maximum capacity for the venue will be adhered to in order to ensure the safety of all whilst arriving, on site and leaving the event site.
  • Access for emergency vehicles to be maintained at all times

The following measures will be in place to limit the impact of the event on the local area:

  • Event finish time will be in accordance with published timings and as agreed with the venue.
  • Waste Management and continual litter picking will take place during each event day; all waste associated with the event will be removed immediately after the event.

Proof of age provisions will be in place at all alcohol sales outlets; all alcohol sales staff will be briefed on age restriction policies.

All stewards to be fully briefed on the measures in place to protect children/vulnerable adults from harm.

All members of staff will be made aware of the Lost and Found Child Procedure, set out in a separate document and appended to the Event Management & Safety Plan.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
20th October 2022


Ref No. 054585

Premises: Field near Sidbury Manor (O/S Ref: 13415 92538)

Ward: Sidmouth Rural

Name of Applicant: Roger Christopher Davey

TIME LIMITED premises licence application for 5th November 2022 ONLY

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Saturday 17:00 to 22:30

Activities - Times requested
E. Performance of live music (Outdoors)
Saturday 17:00 to 21:00
F. Playing of recorded music (Outdoors)
Saturday 17:00 to 21:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Saturday 17:00 to 22:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
This annual firework display has been held for the last 20 years. The organising committee has extensive experience of ensuring all of the licensing objectives are complied with.
A security company is on site. Stewards wearing hi-vis jackets patrol the site. No glass is permitted in the area. Plastic glasses are used in the bar.
Bar staff are trained in the correct methods of selling alcohol. ID may be requested from anyone appearing to be under 25.
Electrical systems are checked and appliances PAC tested. Gas safety certificates are in place. Fire extinguishers are provided at the bar and food marquee. A public address system advises the public of any evacuation procedure.
The public are kept a minimum of 150 meters from the bonfire and firework launch area. Stewards patrol the site.
Amplified music is kept at a reasonable level so as not cause a nuisance to neighbouring houses.
All litter is removed.
There is a first aid centre with trained staff, any lost children are directed to this area.
Plastic glasses are used, sparklers are not permitted anywhere on the premises.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
25th October 2022