Agenda, decisions and minutes

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Items
No. Item

1.

Declarations of personal and prejudicial interests

Members are invited to declare at this stage of the meeting, any relevant financial or other interest in the items on the agenda.

Minutes:

Councillor Hector advised that she knew of the applicant in relation to item three on the agenda, ‘Lloyds Groceries’ in that she had visited the premises a few times some years ago and had met the applicant occasionally in other community settings.  However, she did not regard this as a prejudicial interest and so remained present to consider this item.

 

2.

Application by Coral Racing Ltd to vary the betting premises licence for 'Coral' (576-582 High Road, Wembley, HA0 2AA) pursuant to the provisions of the Gambling Act 2005 pdf icon PDF 38 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

The Sub-Committee was informed that all relevant representations had been withdrawn and accordingly this matter did not need to be considered.

 

Minutes:

The Sub-Committee was informed that all relevant representations had been withdrawn and accordingly this matter did not need to be considered.

 

3.

Application by Lloyd Tate for a premises licence for 'Lloyds Groceries' (104 Craven Park Road, Harlesden, London, NW10 8QE) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 pdf icon PDF 69 KB

The application was adjourned at the meeting of Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) on 18 September 2013.

Additional documents:

Decision:

That the application by Lloyd Tate for a premises licence for ‘Lloyds Groceries’ (104 Craven Park Road, Harlesden, London, NW10 8QE) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 be refused.

 

 

The Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) noted that the designated premises supervisor stated at the time of the application had since confirmed their withdrawal from this position and in addition the applicant had failed to provide up to date plans.  In view of these factors, the application was deemed defective and was duly refused.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

That the application by Lloyd Tate for a premises licence for ‘Lloyds Groceries’ (104 Craven Park Road, Harlesden, London, NW10 8QE) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 be refused.

 

 

The Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) noted that the designated premises supervisor stated at the time of the application had since confirmed their withdrawal from this position and in addition the applicant had failed to provide up to date plans.  In view of these factors, the application was deemed defective and was duly refused.

 

4.

Application by Brent Police for a review of the premises licence for 'Westcoast Restaurant and Bar' (236 High Street, Harlesden, London, NW10 4TD) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003 pdf icon PDF 12 KB

The application was adjourned at the meeting of Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) on 18 September 2013.

Additional documents:

Decision:

Having considered the application by Brent Police to review the premises licence for ‘Westcoast Restaurant and Bar’ (236 High Street, Harlesden, London, NW10 4TD) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003, the Sub-Committee resolved that the premises licence be revoked.

 

 

The Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) accepted the evidence from the Police and the London Fire Brigade that there had been serious breaches of the licensing objectives, in particular in relation to ensuring public safety and protecting children from harm, and also to conditions on the premises licence.  In addition, it was noted that the premises licence holder had failed to respond to the Police, the London Fire Brigade and the Council since the application to review the premises licence had been submitted. In light of the considerable evidence put before the Sub-Committee and the failure of the premises licence holder to uphold the promotion of the licensing objectives (prevention of crime and disorder, prevention of public nuisance, ensuring public safety and protecting children from harm), it was felt that revocation of the licence was reasonable and proportionate, having regard to all circumstances of the case.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED:

 

having considered the application by Brent Police to review the premises licence for ‘Westcoast Restaurant and Bar’ (236 High Street, Harlesden, London, NW10 4TD) pursuant to the provisions of the Licensing Act 2003, the Sub-Committee resolved that the premises licence be revoked.

 

 

The Alcohol and Entertainment Licensing Sub-Committee (A) accepted the evidence from the Police and the London Fire Brigade that there had been serious breaches of the licensing objectives, in particular in relation to ensuring public safety and protecting children from harm, and also to conditions on the premises licence.  In addition, it was noted that the premises licence holder had failed to respond to the Police, the London Fire Brigade and the Council since the application to review the premises licence had been submitted. In light of the considerable evidence put before the Sub-Committee and the failure of the premises licence holder to uphold the promotion of the licensing objectives (prevention of crime and disorder, prevention of public nuisance, ensuring public safety and protecting children from harm), it was felt that revocation of the licence was reasonable and proportionate, having regard to all circumstances of the case.