Agenda and draft minutes

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Items
No. Item

21.

Apologies

To receive apologies for absence. 

Minutes:

None.

 

22.

Urgent Business

To note whether the Chairman proposes to accept any item as urgent business, pursuant to Section 100(B)(4)(b) of the Local Government Act, 1972.

Minutes:

None.

 

23.

Declaration of Interest

Members are asked at this stage to declare any interests pertinent to items on this agenda.

The Members’ Code of Conduct requires that declarations include the nature of the interest and whether it is a personal or prejudicial interest.

Minutes:

None.

 

24.

Application for a Variation of a Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003 for South Green Park Enterprise Centre, South Green, Mattishall, Dereham. NR20 3JY pdf icon PDF 58 KB

a)     Hearing Procedures

 

b)     Report of the Director of Community Services

 

c)      Appendices to the Report

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The following persons were in attendance to speak in this matter:

 

  • Mr E Bales (Applicant)
  • Mrs M Ellis (Objector)

 

The hearing was considered in accordance with the procedures as set out in the Agenda.

 

Decision

 

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 in particular paragraphs 2.32 to 2.38,  the Council’s Licensing Policy, in particular paragraphs 6.0 to 6.3, the application be granted for a premises licence for the premises known as South Green Park Enterprise Centre to operate during the hours as stated below and subject to the mandatory conditions drawn from the Licensing Act and the following conditions:

A maximum of 12 outside events in any year

Box E – Live Music

Sunday to Thursday from 09:00 hrs until 23:00 hrs

Friday to Saturday 09.00 hrs until 00.00

 

 

Reason for the Decision

 

The Committee is satisfied that the appropriate management policies and practices are in place to control the extra provision for live music, and thus promote the licensing objectives, in particular the prevention of public nuisance