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Contact: Tel: E-Mail Karmveer Johal 020 8583 5555 licensing
Contact:
Tel:
E-Mail
KarmveerJohal
02085835555
[email protected]
uk
Licensing
Panel- 19thFebruary
2013
RAV
A CLUB
LICENSING
ACT 2OO3
Reportby: Directorof Regeneration,
EconomicDevelopment
and Environment
Summary
Membersare requested
to determine
an application
for the variationof a clubpremises
certificate
in respectof FelthamConstitutional
Club,30 HanworthRoad,Feltham,having
regardto representations
receivedandthe requirement
to promotethe four licensing
objectives.
{.0
REGOMMENDATIONS
Thefollowingoptionsare opento the Panel;
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
To grantthe application
in full andon the termsand conditions
contained
withinthe
application
to includeanyapplicable
mandatory
conditions.
To grantthe application
as above,modifiedto suchan extentas considered
necessary
to satisfyany relevantrepresentations
and promotethe licensing
objectives;
or
To rejectthe application
in wholeor in part.
2.0 APPLICATION
2.1
A clubpremisescertificate
is requiredin respectof any premiseswhereit is intendedto
conductoneor moreof the fourlicensable
activities,
thesebeing:
o
.
.
o
2.2
Thesaleof alcohol
The supplyof alcohol(in respectof a club)
Regulatedentertainment
The provision
of latenightrefreshment
Thisapplication
hasbeensubmitted
on behalfof the FelthamConstitutional
Club,30
HanworthRoad,FelthamTW135AB,by Mr RobertThomasGordonPenfold,and is
proposing
to varythe clubpremisescertificate
as set put in the tablebelow:
Exhibitionof Film
- Thursday
Monday
& Sunday11:00- 00:00
Friday- Saturday
11:00- 01:00
- Thursday
Monday
& Sunday11:00- 00:00
Live & Recorded
Music
Friday- Saturday
11:00- 01:00
Performancesof
Dance
Eve:11:00- 01:00
Christmas
Supplyof Alcohol
Fromthe end of permittedhourson NewYear'sEveto
the startof permittedhourson NewYear'sDay,
ChristmasDay,GoodFriday,St. GeorgesDay,St.
Patrick'sDay,St. David'sDay,St Andrew'sDay,
Valentine's
Day& BurnsNigh:11:00- 00:00
OpeningHoursof the
Premises
- Thursday
Monday
& Sunday11:00- 00:30
Friday- Saturday
11:00- 01:30
Eve:11:00- 01:30
Christmas
Fromthe end of permittedhourson NewYear'sEveto
the startof permittedhourson NewYear'sDay,
ChristmasDay,GoodFriday,St. GeorgesDay,St.
Patrick'sDay,St. David'sDay,St Andrew'sDay,
Valentine's
Day& BurnsNigh:11:00- 00:30
2.3
The application
hasbeenproperlymadeand all procedures
correctly
followed.The
hasbeenattachedas AppendixA.
application
3.0
BACKGROUND
AND HISTORY
OF PREMISES
3 . 1 The premisesare currentlylicensedunderthe Licensing
Act 2003,andthe belowtable
showsthe currentoperatinghours.The ClubPremisesCertificate
numberis H00404and is
attachedas AppendixB
Supplyof alcohol
Playingliveand
recordedmusic
Provision
of facilities
for makingmusicand
dancing
-
Monday& Saturday11:00- 23:00
-
Sunday12:00- 22'.30
-
Day,12:00- 15:00and19:00- 22:30
On Christmas
-
On GoodFriday,12:00- 22:30
-
On NewYear'sEve,fromthe end of permittedhourson
NewYear'sEveto the startof the permittedhourson the
followingday.
OpeningHoursof the
Premises
to the licensing
hours
I Co-terminus
3.1
The premisesare situatedin a mainlyresidential
area,closeby to FelthamPoliceStation.
4.0
OPERATING
SCHEDULE
4.1
The operating
by the applicantand containsadditional
measuresto
scheduleis completed
illustrate
howtheyproposeto promotethe four licensing
objectives
as requiredby the
Licensing
Act 2003.
Thefour licensing
objectives
are:
o
o
.
o
Prevention
of crimeanddisorder
Prevention
of publicnuisance
publicsafety
Protectionof childrenfrom harm
The measuresproposedin the application
and subsequent
are
amendment
by the applicant
paragraphs
(inclusive)
listedin
4.2 to 4.6
and will be attachedas conditions
to any licence
as may be granted,wherethis is eitheran enforceable
conditionor does not repeata
provisionof any otherlegislation.
Conditionshave been highlighted
in bold italicsfor the
of doubt.
avoidance
Anythingin non italicsis a directquotefromthe application
and will not form conditions
on
any licence.The proposedconditions(in bold italics)havebeenre-wordedin accordance
withthe Council'slicensingpolicyso as to ensurethey are bothmeasurable
and therefore
enforceable.
4.2
The preventionof crime and disorder:
Under 18sare not permitted on the premr.sesafrer 20:00 hours unless accompanied
hy an adult
CcTVsystem is installed and maintained in working order. The CCTV system will
record at all times that the premr.sesare open for licensable activities. lmageswill be
retained for a period of 14 days and will he provided to Police on request.
A Challenge21 Policy will be adopted.
4.3
PublicSafetv:
No r.sks identified that are not already regulated under primary legislation,
4.4
The preventionof publicnuisance:
The Cluh secretaryor nominated person who is the person in charge, at the time
entertainmenfrc pertormed, will monitor the noise from any regulatedentertainment
or Live Music and if it is foo loud, will take appropriafe sfeps to reduce the volume.
Signs will be posfed by all exr'fsto the premses advising memberswhen leaving, to
do so quietly and with due respect to the neighhouring premises.
at thefurthestpointawayfromresidential
The smokingareafor the clubwill be positioned
properties
to minimisenoisefromspeech.
Contactnumbers for taxi's and minicabs will he readily made available.
4.5
The protectionof childrenfrom harm:
by an
Under18sare not permitted
on the premisesafter20:00hoursunlessaccompanied
adult
21 Policyadopted
Challenge
4.6
General-applvinq
to all obiectives:
above
No measuresproposedthatare not alreadyindicated
5.0
CONSULTATION
5.1
witha displaynoticeat the premises
hasbeenadvertised
by the applicant
The application
advertisement
as requiredby statute.In linewith
of a newspaper
andthe publication
of theAct,the licensingauthority
standardprocedure
and in additionto the requirements
in the immediate
vicinity(50 metreradiusof the
hasnotifiedresidents
and businesses
premises)
thatthe application
has beensubmitted.
5.2
neighbouring
wardcouncillors
and responsible
authorities
wardcouncillors,
The appropriate
Police,LondonFire
are;Metropolitan
authorities
havebeenconsulted.The responsible
Team,PollutionControl,Healthand SafetyTeam,PlanningDepartment,
Brigade,Licensing
and PrimaryCareTrust.
Children's
Services,
TradingStandards
5.3
fromlocal
5.2,therearefiverepresentations
identified
in paragraph
Of thoseconsultees
public
nuisance.
The
residents,
concerned
withthe possiblerisein noise,litter,andoverall
arevalid,thattheyare not
licensing
authorityis satisfiedthattheserepresentations
fromresponsible
Therehavebeenno representations
irrelevant,
frivolousor vexatious.
authorities.
havebeenattachedas AppendixC.
Theserepresentations
5.4
receivedhavebeensentto the applicant.
Copiesof boththis reportandthe representations
5.5
Thosemakinga representation
havebeeninformedof the timeanddatefor the Licensing
madeawareof theirrightto attend.
Panelmeeting,andsubsequently
6.0
POLIGY
STATEMENT
OF LICENSING
6.1
in relationto the Council's
Thereare no specificissuesarisingfromthisapplication
policy.
statement
of licensing
6.2
Thefollowingextractsfromthe Council'sstatementof licensingpolicyare broughtto the
generalattentionof members:
(3.4)whendetermining
the Councilwilltakeintoaccountthe operating
applications,
the suitability
of the premisesfor the intended
schedulesubmitted
by the applicant,
process.
received
as
a
result
of
the consultation
and
any
representations
use
(10.1)whererelevantrepresentations
are made,the Licensing
Authoritywillseekto
judgements
mayneedto be attachedto
as to whetherconditions
makeobjective
of the licensing
objectives.Any
variousauthorisations
to secureachievement
conditions
arisingfromthe operating
scheduleor as a resultof representations
will
primarily
place
focuson the directimpactof the activities
taking
at licensedpremises
and membersof the publicliving,workingor othenrvise
engagedin normalactivityin
the areaconcerned
andwillcovermattersthatarewithinthe controlof individual
licensees.
(10.3)Conditions
willonlybe placedon licencesif theyare considered
necessary
to
meetthe licensing
objectives.Otherstatutoryprovisions
will not be duplicated.
(10.6)The Licensing
recognises
Authority
thatall applications
shouldbe considered
on theirownmeritsand any conditions
imposedmustbe tailoredto thatindividual
premise.Thiswillavoidthe implementation
of disproportionate
and burdensome
conditions.Standardconditions
otherthanmandatory
conditions,
willbe avoided
and no condition
willbe imposedthatcannotbe shownto be necessary
for the
promotion
of the licensing
objectives.However,
a condition
whethervolunteered
or
mustbe measurable
othenryise,
andas suchthe Licensing
Authoritymayalterthe
wordingof a condition
to makeit such(withoutchangingthe contextof the condition)
andwillkeepa bankof wordedconditions
thatmaybe usedin respectof a premise
when
if and
sucha conditionis considered
necessary
to meetoneor moreof the
licensingobjectives.
7.0
LEGALCONSIDERATIONS
7.1
Conditions
mayonlybe attachedto the grantof a licencewheretheyare deemed
appropriate
for the promotion
of the licensingobjectives.Theymustbe proportionate
and
notduplicateanyexistingprovisions
containedin otherlegislation.
Thejustification
behind
a refusalor the attachment
mustbe givento the applicant.
of conditions
7.2
Thereis a rightof appealto the Magistrates
Courtby any partyaggrieved
by anydecision
of the Panel.
8.0
EQUALITIES
ISSUES
8.1Thishasbeenconsidered
in thedrafting
of thisreportin linewithguidance
andthe Council's
LicensingPolicy.Thereare no specificissuesarisingin relationto thisapplication.
8.2

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