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Ref No. 053652

Premises: Axminster Show Ground, A35 Western Approach, AXMINSTER, Devon, EX13 7RA

Ward: Newbridges

Name of Applicant: Mr David John Moore

TIME LIMITED PREMISES LICENCE  - YARTY PARTY 15/07/22 – 17/07/22 ONLY

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Friday 10:00 to 01:00
Saturday 07:30 to 01:00
Sunday 07:30 to 19:00

Activities - Times requested
E. Performance of live music (Indoors & Outdoors)
Friday 11:00 to 00:00
Saturday 10:00 to 00:00
Sunday 10:00 to 18:00
F. Playing of recorded music (Indoors)
Friday 11:00 to 00:00
Saturday 10:00 to 00:00
Sunday 10:00 to 18:00
I. Late night refreshment (Outdoors)
Friday & Saturday 23:00 to 01:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Friday 11:00 to 00:00
Saturday 10:00 to 00:00
Sunday 10:00 to 18:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
The Licence Holder must fully comply throughout the duration of the licence with the Event Management Plan submitted and agreed by all authorities.

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


Ref No. 053655

Premises: Field at Wroford Manor Farm, Wroford Manor, Clyst Honiton, EXETER, Devon, EX5 2HP

Ward: Broadclyst

Name of Applicant: The Devon Federation of Young Farmers 

TIME LIMITED PREMISES LICENCE 25/06/2022 - 26/06/2022 ONLY - Young Farmers Event

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Saturday 11:00 to 02:00

Activities - Times requested
E. Performance of live music (Indoors)
Saturday 20:00 to 02:00
F. Playing of recorded music (Indoors)
Saturday 17:00 to 02:00
I. Late night refreshment (Indoors & Outdoors)
Saturday 23:00 to 02:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Saturday 11:30 to 01:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
The Licence Holder must fully comply throughout the duration of the licence with the Event Management Plan submitted and agreed by all authorities.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
24th May 2022


Ref No. 053751

Premises: The Ham Recreational Ground, Port Royal, Sidmouth EX10 8DB

Ward: Sidmouth Town

Name of Applicant: Sidmouth Folkweek Productions Ltd

Premises Licence Variation Application to include
The Variation relates as follows:

PROPOSED VARIATION
Amendment to existing layout of premises/plan:

  1. Removal of outside canopy at the southern end of main venue marquee and increase size of auditorium space. This has been necessary to allow for additional seats.
  2. Addition of catering unit.

Please note that there is no variation to the hours that are already granted.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
6th June 2022


Ref No. 053709

Premises: Hidden Oak Equine & Country Store, Sidmouth Road, Aylesbeare EX5 2JP

Ward: West Hill and Aylesbeare

Name of Applicant: Hidden Oak Limited

Premises Licence Variation Application to include
The Variation relates as follows:

Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Wednesday 09:00 to 23:30
Thursday to Saturday 09:00 to 00:30
Sunday 09:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested

J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON and OFF the premises
Monday to Wednesday 11:00 to 23:00
Thursday to Saturday 11:00 to 00:00
Sunday 12:00 to 22:30

PROPOSED VARIATION
Change the name of the premises.
Change the opening hours.
Change the internal layout of premises.
Remove the condition that states no under 18's are permitted on the premises without being accompanied by an adult - all existing conditions to remain unchanged.
The proposed variations will not have an adverse effect on any of the licensing objectives, as the premises is now a shop with a cafe and no longer a pub.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
8th June 2022


Ref No. 053774

Premises: Chardstock Bowling Club, Chard Street, Chardstock, AXMINSTER, EX13 7BU

Ward: Yarty

Name of Applicant: Chardstock Bowling Club

Club Premises Certificate Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Sunday 12:00 to 22:00

Activities - Times requested
I. The supply of alcohol by or on behalf of a club to, or to the order of, a member of the club for consumption ON the premises only
Monday to Sunday 12:00 to 22:00
J. The sale by retail of alcohol by or on behalf of a club to a guest of a member of the club for consumption ON the premises where the sale takes place
Monday to Sunday 12:00 to 22:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT

The Club will adopt a clear policy and rules for the provision of alcohol which will be added formally to its constitution.

The handling and supply of alcohol will be restricted to certain members of the club with set procedures for storage, access, purchase and supply.

A secure area will be located for the storage of alcohol to discourage instances of theft.

The club will appoint a trained Safety Officer and an associated policy to ensure junior members of the club under 18 are not able to access alcohol on the club premises.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
8th June 2022


Ref No. 053786

Premises: Roswell Court (Retirement Living), 8 Douglas Avenue, EXMOUTH, Devon, EX8 2FA

Ward: Exmouth Littleham

Name of Applicant: McCarthy & Stone Limited

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Sunday 11:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Monday to Sunday 11:00 to 23:00

New Year's Eve 11:00 to 01:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
The sale of alcohol will be limited to homeowners and their invited guests

The premises are secured 24 hours a day with limited access via a video door entry system. Each development is managed by a dedicated Estate or House Manager, who is responsible for the care and wellbeing of all homeowners. The development, mature nature of the customer base, and the care provision is designed to prevent an environment where crime and disorder has no place. In the extremely unlikely event, staff are on hand and a 24-hour emergency call system is in place.

Each development has effective management of the premises, including written procedures for managing incidents.

McCarthy Stone and its catering partners ensure that staff receive proper training and refresher training on relevant issues, policies, and procedures.

CCTV, with a picture quality capable of being used for evidence, has been installed to cover the front entrance to the development. The CCTV will be operational at all times.

CCTV recordings will be retained for a minimum of 30 days and made available in a viewable format to any authorised authority on request.

Notices advising that CCTV has been installed on the premises are posted at the access door areas and within the premises so that they are clearly visible to the public within the licensed premises.

A refusals register will be kept and maintained at the premise which will record details of all refusals at the premise and will be made available to the Police and licensing authority for inspection on request.

We are responsible for the safety and wellbeing of our homeowners, so we have both the personnel and safety systems in place to achieve this. As such we work tirelessly to ensure the safety of everyone who lives in, works in or visits the development.

Alcohol is be served only on the premises. Neither alcohol nor glassware ever leaves the confines of the development.

We purchase toughened glassware to minimise the likelihood of broken glass if the glassware were to be dropped by accident.

We pride ourselves in the look and feel of all our developments ensuring that premises, both internally and externally, are always maintained in a good, clean, and tidy condition.

We carefully consider the needs of our homeowners who made need stepless access and space for mobility aids and scooters.

We take all elements of health & safety, fire safety and food hygiene very seriously. We fully complete risk assessments, for both the premises and proposed activities to be carried out. We regularly train and refresh the operational team on our safe systems of work. Firefighting equipment is in place; we test and check on a regular basis and conduct drills to ensure the effectiveness of our evacuation plans in the event of an emergency.

We have designating “safe spaces” within the premises in which vulnerable persons can be provided with assistance.

The Estates Manager, House Manager will always co-operate with police and Licensing Standards Officers including by allowing access to the premises and to all relevant policies and procedures.

McCarthy Stone have suitable litter and waste management programmes in place including provisions for recycling.

All staff involved in the sale of alcohol are trained in their responsibilities under the Licensing Act 2003, with refresher training undertaken every six months. All training is recorded and signed by the trained staff member. The personal licence holder for the development formally authorises members of staff to serve alcohol, once he/she has checked the training records and is comfortable that the individual clearly understands their responsibilities. Adequate supervision is proved by the catering partner, Estate or House Manager.

McCarthy Stone conducts regular testing and certification (where appropriate) of appliances.

The Estate/ House Manager, as part of their role, regularly check all areas of the development to ensure the safety of all homeowners, the development staff, and any visitors.

The lay-out of the communal areas does not feature a bar counter. The consumption of alcohol takes place at a restaurant table or in low level lounge furniture.

As the development provides a care service to some of the homeowners, first aid items and defibrillation equipment and appropriately trained staff are available in the case of an emergency.

A fire risk assessment required under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (as amended) will be completed and be available for inspection by an authorised officer.

Valid public liability insurance shall be kept in force and a copy of the schedule will be displayed at the venue and made available for inspection by an authorised Local Authority or Police Officer on request.

The premises shall be equipped with a CCTV system that shall comply with the following criteria:

  • The system shall be maintained in proper working order
  • The system shall display on any recording the correct time and date of the recording
  • Digital recordings shall be held for a minimum of 31 days after the recording is made and will be made available to the Police for inspection upon request.

The sale of alcohol shall be limited to homeowners and their invited guests. The sale of alcohol in the development is very limited and is supported by dining facilities and an extensive range of cold soft drinks and hot beverages. Chilled tap water is always available as standard.

Alcohol is be served only on the premises. Neither alcohol nor glassware ever leaves the confines of the development.

The premises are not be open to the public and the property is secured by a keypad entry to the premises by a video door entry system. All visitors are required to pre-arrange their visit with the homeowner and sign in on arrival.

McCarthy Stone is committed to making sure that the sale of alcohol doesn’t affect neighbouring properties.

There will be no amplified music played, no outdoor drinking and no excessive noise. This is not appropriate for the profile of the development homeowners.

No litter will be created outside/around the development.

The development offers a very limited alcohol range (none of which will be premium strength products) and sales are very limited on the premises, largely for people aged +70 years and their guests - all of whom will be specifically invited, and/or bona fide relatives or friends of residents. The consumption of alcohol would generally take place with a meal (such as Sunday Lunch) however, occasionally groups of homeowners may choose to gather for a social drink or for an organised event in the communal area of the development.

It is rare that anyone under the age of 18 to frequent the premises. On occasions, younger family members may visit homeowners and, in such circumstances, unless attending a meal, they are unlikely to go to an area where alcohol is served. If dining, the youngster will be under the supervision of both the homeowner and other responsible adults.

The premises will operate a "Challenge 25" proof of age scheme whereby any person attempting to buy alcohol who appears to be under 25 will be asked for photographic ID to prove their age. Acceptable identification for the purposes of age verification will include a driving licence, passport or photographic identification bearing the "PASS" logo and date of birth.

If the person seeking alcohol is unable to produce acceptable means of identification, no sale or supply of alcohol will be made to that person and a refusals book will be kept up to date. Challenge 25 signage will be displayed within the premises.

The premises are not open to the public and the property is secured by a keypad entry to the premises by a video door entry system. All visitors are required to pre-arrange their visit with the homeowner and sign in on arrival.

All persons under 18 will always be accompanied by an adult.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
8th June 2022


Ref No. 053725

Premises: Imperial Recreation Ground, The Royal Avenue, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1DG

Ward: Exmouth Town

Name of Applicant: LCC Live Event Services Limited

TIME LIMITED Premises Application for 3rd September 2022 Only - Live in Devon Event – McFly

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Saturday 16:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested
E. Performance of live music (Outdoors)
Saturday 16:00 to 23:00
F. Playing of recorded music (Outdoors)
Saturday 16:00 to 23:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Saturday 16:00 to 22:30

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
The Licence Holder must fully comply throughout the duration of the licence with the Event Management Plan submitted and agreed by all authorities.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
8th June 2022


Ref No. 053778

Premises: Allhallows Playing Fields, Northcote Lane, HONITON, Devon, EX14 1NH

Ward: Honiton St Pauls

Name of Applicant: Twin Tigers Martial Arts & Boxing Club

TIME LIMITED Premises Licence Application for 2nd July 2022 ONLY

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested
D. Boxing or wrestling entertainment (Outdoors)
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00
E. Performance of live music (Outdoors)
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00
F. Playing of recorded music (Outdoors)
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00
H. Entertainment of a similar description to that falling within E, F, or G (Outdoors)
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Saturday 12:00 to 23:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
Staff areas will be secured whilst the premises are open to the public. 10x SIA staff will be bought in to monitor all areas of the event. They will be situated at the bar area, entrance and exits, by the ring side, the VIP Area and also 1-2 SIA will be walking around the crowd and general event space.

Bar staff will be trained to ask for ID to anyone who looks under 25 and to follow legislation regarding the sale of alcohol.

No intoxicated person shall be sold alcohol and SIA staff will work closely with the bar staff to make sure any attendees consuming alcohol do not become intoxicated.

Alcoholic drinks will be served out of plastic containers.

Drinks will not be permitted to leave the premises.

Supply of soft drinks and food will also be available.

There will be supervision and recording of all incidents by SIA staff contracted by the Event Organiser.

There will be a zero tolerance policy for the use of drugs or carrying of weapons in the premises. Bags will be searched on

entry by SIA to ensure this is implemented. There will be a clear ' No Search No Entry' message. Police will be called if a customer is suspected of carrying either.

The premises will be searched inside and out for any suspect packages before, during and after the event. Staff will be trained to remain vigilant during opening hours and report any suspicious activity to the police.

We will ensure that the premises is safe for public and staff for the activity taking place both inside and immediately outside the premises.

First aid provision for the competitors is being provided by a specialist medic in contact sports.

The provisions required are to allow for an easy egress for the ambulance to leave the venue if required. The Ambulance will be situated close to the boxing ring and close to an EXIT.

2x Paramedics will be available on site for the general public.

The first aid point will be located at the event control tent, which will be segregated internally with a separate entrance to give a private treatment area. ‘First aid’ signs large enough to be visible from a distance will be erected above the entrance to this marquee.

There is a separate entrance point to the site that is constructed of crowd control barriers and easily removed. This allows immediate access to the emergency route around the perimeter of the event. There should not be a queue of visitors at this position and those that are there will be managed by stewards.

What three words is available for that access gate to be given to the emergency services so that they can get to the entrance as quickly as possible.

Coloured wristbands will be provided to allow people to enter particular areas such as the VIP Area, Standing Area and

Seated Area. Overcrowding can be prevented by only issuing an agreed set number of wristbands per area.

Hand counters will be used at the two-way Entrance/ Exit to avoid overcrowding at the entrance/exit and will be constantly under review.

Plastic glasses will be used to serve alcohol by the bar aiding safety.

The perimeter fence will have 4 emergency exits (including the main entrance). These will be a loose Herras fence panel, which will be opened by a named steward when evacuation from the site is required. All evacuation points will have a large fire exit sign secured above them, which is visible from the centre of the site.

A bin area will be provided and all event participants asked to use this area for rubbish. Rubbish will be moved throughout the day to ensure there is not a build up. Stewards will monitor this.

Nuisances including noise nuisance, vibration, light pollution and litter will be monitored.

Amplified music at the event will be kept to the allowed volume and speakers will be situated to face away from local housing. The lighting used will be under cover to avoid disturbance, and all rubbish will be collected and removed at the end of the event.

A clear and legible notice will be displayed at the exit requesting the public to respect the needs of neighbours and residents and to leave the premises and area quietly.

A contact number will be made available to the local residents which they can use to report any noise disturbances.

Long queue lines entering or exiting the site will be avoided and directed away from residential properties.

Sufficient staff will be available at the end of the event to manage a controlled shutdown of the premises and maintain good order as customers leave.

The PA system will be used to ask patrons to leave the premises and area quietly at the end of the event.

Lighting for the premises will be turned off after the premises is closed to the public to reduce light pollution.

Any vehicles or machinery used for the set up or break down of the event on site should not cause nuisance to local residents by way of noise, odours or vibration.

An announcement may be made from the PA asking for parents/ guardians who have become separated from their child to go to the designated meeting point.

A person claiming a child will complete a form, which includes their name and address and relationship to the child and will show a form of identification. If the child is unsure or reluctant to be taken by the person collecting them, then further confirmation will be required of the relationship to the child/ person before handing him or her over.

The Police will be contacted immediately if:

  • the child/ missing person has made any allegations
  • there are any concerns for the missing/ found persons welfare
  • the found person is hesitant or unwilling to go with the person collecting them
  • The person reported missing is considered vulnerable in any way.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
8th June 2022


Ref No. 053769

Premises: Ragini, 41 Harbour Road, Seaton EX12 2LX

Ward: Seaton

Name of Applicant: BIPA Limited

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Sunday to Thursday 12:00 to 14:00
Sunday to Thursday 17:00 to 22:00
Friday & Saturday 12:00 to 14:00
Friday & Saturday 17:00 to 23:00

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON and OFF the premises
Sunday to Thursday 12:00 to 14:00
Sunday to Thursday 17:00 to 22:00
Friday & Saturday 12:00 to 14:00
Friday & Saturday 17:00 to 23:00

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
All staff will be provided with training in relation to the licensing objectives that are commensurate with their duties. This will include the individual’s responsibilities, age verification and licensing offences, think 25 rules as appropriate.

A CCTV system shall be maintained at the premises with cameras in the location indicated on the accompanying plan. There are 5 CCTV cameras in operation 24 hours. Recordings shall be made of images from the cameras whilst a licensable activity is taking place and shall be retained for a period of at least 30 days from the date of recording.

An incident book will be maintained in a non-loose leaf format to record details of any incidents in the premises that relate to the licensing objectives.

All safety matters at the premises are adequately covered by statutory provisions such as The Health and Safety at Work (etc) Act 1974 and The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Certificate of employer's liability displayed on the bar wall which mentioned the cover is no less than £5 millions.

Giving regular training to the staffs to keep windows and doors closed during regulated entertainment. Make sure the neighbouring residence will not be disturbed by any of the noise of big party or staff's break time they pop out to the outside.

Keep rubbish bins and glass refuse at the rear of the premises, away from public access. Put a bin outside the entrance of the premises.

Not empty bottles, bins and rubbish between 11pm and 7am.

No fireworks or display is allowed by customers or staffs anytime of the year.

A Challenge 25 scheme will be adopted in compliance with the age verification condition: Customers who appear be under 25 years of age will be required to prove their age when purchasing alcohol with their food. Suitable forms of identification will be a passport, ‘Pass’ card or other identification recognized by the licensing authority in its statement of licensing policy.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
9th June 2022


Ref No. 053818

Premises: Regalo Ltd, Unit C1B-Unit 2, Axminster Carpets, Musbury Rd, AXMINSTER, Devon, EX13 5PQ

Ward: Axminster Town

Name of Applicant: Regalo Limited

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
ON LINE SALES ONLY – NO CUSTOMERS WILL VISIT THE PREMISES

Activities - Times requested
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption OFF the premises only
Monday to Sunday 00:00 to 23:59

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT

The premises are not open to the public, the premises is gated off with no access to unauthorized personnel.

CCTV and alarm systems have been installed to prevent any unwanted access/crime.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
13th June 2022


Ref No. 053804

Premises: Beer Quarry Caves, Quarry Lane, BEER, Devon, EX12 3AS

Ward: Beer and Branscombe

Name of Applicant: Beer Quarry Caves

Premises Licence Application to include
Premises Open Hours requested
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 00:00

Activities - Times requested
Premises Open Hours Requested

B. Exhibition of films (Indoors & Outdoors)
Monday to Sunday 12:00 to 23:00
E. Performance of live music (Indoors & Outdoors)
Monday to Sunday 12:00 to 23:00
J. Supply of alcohol for consumption ON the premises only
Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 23:00

Please note the applicant has applied for the provision of live music.  The live music provision falls outside the regime of a licensable activity as the music will finish at 23.00 and the applicant has confirmed in the application that any audience capacity will not exceed 200 persons.
 
CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
THE PREVENTION OF CRIME & DISORDER

  • The site has 24 hour CCTV. The CCTV cameras covers the main entrance to the site, the ticket office and the proposed bar area where alcohol will be sold from
  • There will be sufficient staff on duty at all operating times to ensure safe and smooth running.
  • All events where alcohol might be purchased will be ticketed so we can manage who is attending, and how many.
  • Beer Quarry Cave staff will receive full training, particularly in respect of the Licensing Act 2003 and its legal requirements, this will be recorded and kept on their file.
  • ALL serious incidents will be reported to the police immediately and a senior member of management will be required to complete an incident report immediately following any incident.
  • We will not offer any promotional activity on alcohol at any event.
  • It is Beer Quarry Caves intention to serve alcohol in plastic glasses
  • As a business we are more than happy to join any local schemes that are relevant to any aspect of our business.

PUBLIC SAFETY

  • As a business we will promote “NO I.D, NO SALE” and “THINK. DON'T DRINK & DRIVE.” We will show appropriate signage.
  • There are First Aid Kits kept on site and all senior staff will be required to complete a EFAW First Aid training course.
  • There will be an Accident Book kept on site.
  • The site has a comprehensive fire safety policy, evacuation / assembly points are clearly marked, sufficient fire extinguishers are placed around the site, these extinguishers are serviced on a regular basis, staff are trained to manage any fire incident and evacuate visitors safely and call the emergency services.
  • The site is suitably illuminated along all access paths etc.
  • It is Beer Quarry Caves intention to serve alcohol in plastic glasses.

THE PREVENTION OF PUBLIC NUISANCE

  • The site is a disused quarry and very remote from any neighbours, with only a few cottages within ¼ mile.
  • Whilst it is intended there may be some limited entertainment, this entertainment will fall outside of the Licensing Act 2003 requirements as a Licensable activity as all events will finish before 23.00 and the numbers will be less than 200.

THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM HARM

  • We will operate a strict 'Age Verification Policy' this document will be held within the alcohol / bar sales area as required by the Licensing Act 2003 and subsequent amendments.
  • Beer Quarry Caves will operate a “Challenge 25” policy and all staff will be trained in the adoption of this policy.
  • There will be suitable signage advertising the “Challenge 25” policy.
  • The site will have a “Refusals Register” to document any instances of attempted underage purchase / sales.
  • Unaccompanied children i.e. under 18 years of age will not be allowed on site.
  • We will seek help and guidance from relevant local authorities i.e police, licensing officer.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
13th June 2022


Ref No. 053836

Premises: Greendale Farm Shop, 48 Sidmouth Road, Farringdon, EXETER, Devon, EX5 2JU

Ward: Woodbury and Lympstone 

Name of Applicant: FWS Carter and Sons Limited

Premises Licence Variation Application to include
The Variation relates as follows:

PROPOSED VARIATION

  1. Changes to the premises plan - minor change to the entrance of the shop and some minor layout changes.
  2. Removal of the following conditions and addition of replacement conditions to allow consumption of alcohol without food and consumption of alcohol in the outside seating areas designated on the plan:

    Alcohol for consumption on the premises must only be supplied with food purchased for consumption on the premises in the designated restaurant and patio areas.

    Consumption of alcohol on the premises must only take place in the licensable area.

    All alcohol for consumption on the premises to be decanted in to glasses.

CONDITIONS OFFERED BY APPLICANT
Drinks sold from the bar to be served in plastic/paper glasses if being taken to the outside seating area for consumption. Regular Manager/Supervisor checks on the outside areas.

All alcohol sold or supplied for consumption on the premises or in the outside area delineated on the approved plan shall be done so by persons sat at tables. Adequate lighting.

Except for the sale of a bottle of wine for consumption with a meal or a mixer, no bottles containing beverages of any kind, whether open or sealed, shall be given to customers on the premises whether at the bar or by staff service away from the bar.

The collection of glasses and bottles shall be undertaken at regular intervals to ensure here is no build-up of empties in and around the premise. There are a number of bins in the areas we would like alcohol to be able to be consumed in. These bins would be checked & emptied regularly.

Sufficient staff to manage & patrol the areas. Follow best practice guidelines.

Unaccompanied children will not be allowed upon the premises at any time.

An incident book must be maintained within which full details of all occurrences of disorder and refused alcohol sales at the premises must be recorded. The incident book must be kept on the premises at all times and must be made available for inspection by officers of both the Licensing Authority and the Police.

Implementation of effective training of all staff so that they are aware of the premises licence details and the requirements to meet the four licensing objectives with particular attention to:
no selling of alcohol to underage people.

Staff will be trained in adherence to environmental health requirements and the implementation of underage ID checks.

Training records will be retained for at least 12 months and made available for inspection by officers of both the Licensing Authority and the Police.

Deliveries of goods necessary for the operation of the business will be carried out at a reasonable hour.

A Challenge 25 will be in operation which is a retailing strategy that encourages anyone who is over 18 but looks under 25 to carry acceptable ID (we only accept driving licence or passport) if they wish to buy alcohol.

Last Date for receipt of representations by the Licensing Authority
15th June 2022