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Licensing Act 2003 - Application for Variation of Premises Licence - The White Hart, London Street, Swaffham PDF 11 MB
The following persons were in
attendance to speak in this matter:
- Mr R. Taylor
- Mr C. Summer
(Wellington Pub Co. – Applicant’s Witness)
- Ms S. Downie (Inns2Binn – Applicant’s
- Ms N. Rutherford
(Designated Premises Supervisor – Applicant’s
- Ms C. Rowe
- Mr T. Grover (Police
- Mr G. Candler
(Objector – Homewatch
- Mrs T.P. Bowman
(Objector – Homewatch
The hearing was conducted in
accordance with the procedures as set out in the agenda.
That having considered all the oral and written
evidence submitted, and having given consideration to the Licensing
Act 2003 and its regulations; the national guidance; and the
Council’s licensing policy, the application be granted for a
Variation of Premises Licence for the premises known as The White
Hart to operate during the hours as stated in the Licence, and
subject to the mandatory conditions drawn from the Licensing Act
and the following conditions:
Prevention of Crime and
The Designated premises supervisor will risk assess
the need for door supervision. If door
supervisors are required, they will be provided in such numbers as
the risk assessment from time to time dictates.
On any day on which door supervisors are to be
engaged at the premises, the Designated Premises Supervisor, or
some other responsible person, must enter in a Register kept for
the sole purpose of recording door supervisors, the name,
registration numbers and hours of duty of each door supervisor to
be engaged on the day before that door supervisor starts his/her
The Register must be kept on the premises at all
times and be produced for inspection at any time on request by an
authorised officer of the Council or a police officer.
CCTV will be installed and maintained at the
premises. Cameras will be placed in
positions agreed with the Licensing officer of the Local
Authority. The CCTV system must
be kept in good working order and with clear images. Images will be retained for a period of 28 days
and made available to an authorised Police Officer or Licensing
Officer on request.
The need for polycarbonate/strengthened glass will
be risk assessed from time to time.
Polycarbonate/strengthened glass will be used in accordance with
that risk assessment and upon police advice.
The premises shall join and participate in any local
Pub Watch scheme operating in the area.
Prevention of Public Nuisance
Prominent, clear and legible notices will be
displayed at all exits requesting the public to respect the needs
of local residents and to leave the premises and the area
All windows and doors will remain closed (save for
access and egress) at any time when regulated entertainment is
being offered at the premises.
No regulated entertainment is to be permitted in the
Door lobbies will be installed at all
entrances/exits from the area where regulated entertainment will be
permitted to prevent noise escape. No
regulated entertainment will be operated at the premises until such
time as those lobbies are constructed.
To prevent noise ...
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