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PART I - RECOMMENDATIONS - NIL
PART II - MINUTES
Appointment of Chairman
To appoint a Chairman for the purposes of this meeting.
RESOLVED: That Councillor Lurline Champagnie be appointed Chairman of the Licensing Panel for the purposes of this meeting.
Declarations of Interest
To receive declarations of personal or prejudicial interests, arising from business to be transacted at this meeting, from:
(a) all Members of the Committee, Sub Committee, Panel or Forum;
(b) all other Members present in any part of the room or chamber.
RESOLVED: To note that there were no declarations of interests made by Members in relation to the business to be transacted at this meeting.
[Note: Licensing Panel minutes are:-
(1) approved following each meeting by the Members serving on that particular occasion and signed as a correct record by the Chairman for that meeting;
(2) not submitted to the next panel meeting for approval.
Reasons: The Licensing Panel is constituted from a pooled membership. Consequently, a subsequent Panel meeting is likely to comprise a different Chairman and Members who took no part in the previous meeting’s proceedings. The process referred to at (1) above provides appropriate approval scrutiny].
(See Note at conclusion of these minutes).
Public Questions, Petitions and Deputations
To receive any questions, petitions or deputations (if any), under the provisions of Committee Procedure Rules 19, 16 and 17 (Part 4B) of the Constitution respectively.
[Note: These items are qualified by the requirements of the licensing legislation and will not be applicable to applications on the current agenda.]
RESOLVED: To note that no public questions were put, or petitions or deputations received at this meeting under the provisions of Committee Procedure Rules 19, 16 and 17 (Part 4B of the Constitution) respectively.
Procedure to be followed at an oral hearing.
The Panel Members, officers and other attendees at the meeting introduced themselves. A Licensing Officer then proceeded to outline the procedure for the conduct of an oral hearing, which was set out in the agenda.
Report of the Chief Environmental Health Officer.
- Abercorn Arms PL (2), item 441. PDF 449 KB
- New premises licence Abercorn Arms HA7 3BU 25 Jun 09, item 441. PDF 626 KB
- Proposed ground floor plan Abercorn Arms IM 328304108, item 441. PDF 1 MB
- Proposed first floor plan Abercorn Arms IM 328304108, item 441. PDF 1 MB
- GIS Map, item 441. PDF 586 KB
- Abercorn Arms Rep EP, item 441. PDF 38 KB
- Rep from Julie Clarke, item 441. PDF 388 KB
- Representation from G Serra, item 441. PDF 1 MB
- Rep from Hazel Slater, item 441. PDF 2 KB
The Panel received a report of the Chief Environmental Health Officer which sought a determination of an application for a new premises licence for Abercorn Arms, 78 Stanmore Hill, Stanmore, HA7 3BU. The application had been made by Mr Rajnikant Pandya and Mr Kirit Popat and was referred to the Panel as there were unresolved representations from the Environmental Health Authority and members of the public.
In attendance at the meeting was Mr P Serra speaking on behalf of Mrs Serra, a resident objecting to the application. Mrs Slater and Miss Clarke who had submitted representations objecting to the application also attended and spoke at this meeting. The applicants, Mr Pandya and Mr Popat were in attendance and were represented by Ms Claire Eames of Poppleston Allen Solicitors and also accompanied by Mr Gosling an Acoustics Consultant from 24 Acoustics Ltd. Also present was Shankar Sivashankar and Peter Coates from Licensing Services.
Shankar Sivashankar reported that the application was for a new licence to encompass a first floor function room. Representations had been received from three residents who lived near to the premises and had been in relation to all four licensing objectives stated in the Licensing Act 2003. He added that the representation by the Environmental Health Officer had been withdrawn after the applicants had agreed to attach an additional condition to the existing operating schedule.
The officer advised that the application for the licensable activities and timings listed below were outlined in the existing licence:
Monday to Sunday
10.00 - 00.00
Late Night Refreshment
Monday – Sunday
23.00 – 00.00
Sale of Alcohol
Monday – Sunday
10.00 – 00.00
Hours Open to the Public
Monday – Sunday
Monday – Sunday
10.00 – 00.00
00.00 – 00.30
He added that the application to extend the licensable activities for one hour, not including drinking up time had also been made, for the non-standard days listed below which were also part of the current licence:
1 January, 17 March (St Patrick’s Day), Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday, 1 May Bank Holiday Friday prior, 1 May Bank holiday Saturday prior, 1 May Bank holiday Sunday prior, 2 May Bank holiday Friday prior, 2 May Bank holiday Saturday prior, 2 May Bank holiday Sunday prior, August Bank holiday Friday prior, August Bank holiday Saturday prior, August Bank holiday Sunday prior, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day. From the end of permitted hours on New Year’s Eve to the start of permitted hours on New Years Day.
The officer confirmed that the application also included a request to extend the licensable activities in the first floor function room by one hour on Friday and Saturday nights for a maximum of 25 times per calendar year.
Speaking on behalf of the applicants, Ms Eames advised that the premises currently traded under an existing premises licence and if granted, the new licence would be applicable once building works on the function room had been completed. She added that the function room would ... view the full minutes text for item 441.