Agenda and minutes

Venue: Forli Room - Town Hall

Contact: Philippa Turvey; Senior Governance Officer 

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

2.

Declarations of Interest

At this point Members must declare whether they have a disclosable pecuniary interest, or other interest, in any of the items on the agenda, unless it is already entered in the register of members’ interests or is a “pending notification “ that has been disclosed to the Solicitor to the Council.

Members must also declare if they are subject to their party group whip in relation to any items under consideration.

 

3.

Application for New Premises Licence - Kim's Newsagents, 44 Eastfield Road, Peterborough pdf icon PDF 127 KB

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Minutes:

AB

 

Meeting of the Licensing Act 2003 Sub-Committee

held at the Town Hall, Peterborough on Monday, 11 November 2014

 

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

 

1. Apologies for Absence

There were no apologies for absence received.

 

2. Declarations of Interest

There were no declarations of interest.

 

3. Application

44 Eastfield Road, Peterborough, PE1 4AN

 

3.1

 

Application Reference

 

070138

3.2   

Sub-Committee Members

Councillor (Chairman) Thacker

Councillor Lane

Councillor Davidson

 

3.3   

Officers

Terri Martin, Regulatory Officer – Licensing

Colin Miles, Lawyer – Legal Advisor to the Sub-Committee

Philippa Turvey, Senior Governance Officer – Clerk to the Sub-Committee

 

3.4   

Applicant

 

Mr Abdul Latif Hussani

3.5   

Nature of Application

Application Type

 

Application for a new premises licence.

 

Authorisations and Times Applied For

 

  • Sale of alcohol for consumption off the premises

 

Monday to Sunday 09.00 to 02.00

 

  • Hours premises are open to the public

 

Monday to Sunday 05.00 to 02.00

 

Summary of New Premises Licence Application

 

In accordance with the Licensing Act 2003, following the submission of an application for a new premises licence for 44 Eastfield Road, Peterborough, PE1 4AN, which had attracted representations from Responsible Authorities, Councillors, the local MP and members of the public, the Licensing Authority was required to hold a hearing.

 

A summary of the issues raised within the representations included:

·        If granted it would contribute to an increase in street drinking in the area.

·        If granted it could lead to a rise in anti-social behaviour.

·        If granted it would lead to an increase in noise and disturbance in the area.

 

3.6   

Licensing Objective(s) under which representations were made

3.7                  1. The Prevention of Crime and Disorder

3.8                  2. The Prevention of Public Nuisance

3.9                  3. The Protection of Children from Harm

3.10               4. Public Safety

3.7

Parties/Representatives and witnesses present

 

The Licensing Authority

 

The Regulatory Officer, who presented the case on behalf of the Licensing Authority.

 

Applicant

 

The Applicant, Mr Abdul Latif Hussani, and the Applicant’s Representatives, Mr Alais Alizada and Mr Kazemi Mohammed.

 

Responsible Authorities

 

PC Grahame Robinson, Cambridgeshire Constabulary.

 

Councillors

 

Councillor Shearman.

 

Other Persons

 

Local residents, Mr Mike Fowler and Mr Steven Allen.

 

3.8

Pre-hearing considerations and any decisions taken by the Sub-Committee relating to ancillary matters

There were no pre-hearing considerations.

 

3.9

  Oral representations

 

The Regulatory Officer addressed the Sub-Committee and outlined the main points with regards to the application.  The key points raised in her address included the specific hours that have been applied for the sale of alcohol off the premises, the representations against the application received from three responsible authorities, the local MP, two local Councillors, 21 residents and a petition with 49 signatures.

 

Applicant

 

Mr Alizada addressed the Sub-Committee. The key points raised during the address were as follows:

  • It was believed that those individuals who had signed the petition were not true objectors.
  • The Applicant did not want to contribute to any anti-social behaviour and would take the required action to prevent it.

 

Following questions from the Sub-Committee, the following points were made:

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