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There were no apologies for absence received.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE COMMITTEE
To be apprised of any changes to the membership of the Sub – Committee in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 4.
In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 4, the Committee noted the termination of membership of Councillor Delaney, and the appointment of Councillor G Hodson for this meeting only, thereby giving effect to the wishes of the political groups.
Note: No other business is permitted unless, by reason of special circumstances, which shall be specified at the meeting, the Chairman is of the opinion that the item(s) should be considered as a matter of urgency.
There were no urgent items of business.
DECLARATIONS OF PARTY WHIP
Party Whips are not to be used by this Committee in respect of functions concerning the determination of new Licence Applications, Revocations and Appeals. When considering any other matter which relates to a decision of the Cabinet, in accordance with Regulatory Committee Procedure Rule 9, Members must declare the existence of the Committee's deliberations on the matter.
There were no declarations of Party Whip.
If a Member requires advice on Declarations of Interest, he/she is advised to contact the Borough Solicitor in advance of the meeting. (For the assistance of Members a checklist for use in considering their position on any particular item is included at the end of this agenda sheet).
There were no declarations of interest.
The Chairman referred to the Licensing Hearing Procedure.
To consider the report of the Director of Leisure and Wellbeing.
Consideration was given to the report of the Director of Leisure and Wellbeing Services as contained on pages 341 to 380 of the Book of Reports in respect of an Application for a Premises Licence in respect of 23 Church Street, Ormskirk L39 3AG.
In considering this matter the Sub – Committee had regard to its Licensing Policy and the guidance issued under S. 182 of the Licensing Act. It considered the relevant Licensing Objectives on this occasion was the 'Prevention of Public Nuisance'.
On hearing evidence from the Applicant and Objectors the Sub – Committee:-
RESOLVED: A. That the premises shall operate and maintain a CCTV system which shall be in use during all times licensable activities are taking place at the premises and comply as follows:-
1. The system shall cover all entrances and exits from the premises, in addition to covering all internal and external areas of the premises used to supply or consume licensed products.
2. The focus of the camera(s) shall be so as to enable clear identification of persons on the premises.
3. The system will be capable of time and date stamping recordings and retaining said recordings for at least 28 days.
4. The Data Controller shall make footage available to a Police Officer or authorised officer, where such a request is made.
5. Signage advising that CCTV is in operation.
B. That a documented Challenge 25 scheme will be operated at the premises. The Challenge 25 scheme will be actively promoted and advertised at the premises and any person purchasing alcohol, who appears to be under 25 years of age, shall be asked to provide acceptable identification to prove that they are 18 years of age or over. Failure to supply such identification will result in no sale or supply of alcohol to that person.
The Proof of Age Standards Scheme (PASS) will be actively promoted at the premises by the display of Challenge 25 posters bearing the PASS logo. A PASS accredited holographic proof of age card will be the main identification document accepted at the premises as proof of age. A PASS card must be accepted as proof of age if a purchaser possesses one. Where a purchaser does not possess a PASS accredited proof of age card, only the following alternative forms of identification will be acceptable:-
(a) Photo Driving Licence
(b) Passport or
(c) Her Majesty’s Forces Warrant Card
C. That a documented training scheme shall be introduced for all staff in a position to sell, serve or deliver alcohol. The scheme shall be made available for inspection at the request of any Police Officer, Trading Standards Officer or Local Authority Enforcement Officer.
The Designated Premises Supervisor of Premises Licence Holder shall conduct six monthly training reviews with all members of staff authorised to sell, serve or deliver alcohol in order to reinforce the training and to promote best practice. The written record shall be kept of the content of such reviews and be available for inspection by ... view the full minutes text for item 30.