Hounslow Council


Agenda and decisions

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Items
No. Item

1.

Appointment of Chair

Decision:

Cllr Guy Lambert was appointed Chair. He thanks Cllrs Tony Louki and Surinder Purewal for their attendance.

2.

Turnham Green Newsagent, Turnham Green Tube Station, Turnham Green, Chiswick pdf icon PDF 230 KB

Application for the grant of a premises licence.

Additional documents:

Decision:

LICENSING ACT 2003

 

Section 17

 

Notification of decision following a Licensing Panel hearing to determine an application for a licence under s.17 Licensing Act 2003

 

PREMISES: Turnham Green Newsagent, Turnham Green Tube Station, Turnham Green, Chiswick W4 1LR.

 

 

TO:    Mr Jasanthan Mahalingam.

 

 

TAKE NOTICE:

 

THAT following a hearing before the Licensing and General Purposes Sub

Committee (the Licensing Panel)

 

ON 19 December 2017

 

HOUNSLOW COUNCIL, as the Licensing Authority for the premises

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application for a Premises Licence for Turnham Green Newsagent, Turnham Green Tube Station, Turnham Green, Chiswick, as amended, be GRANTED to permit the following licensed activities:

 

Supply of alcohol for consumption off the premises:

Monday to Sunday, 10:00 to 22:00

           

            Hours premises are open to the public:

Monday to Sunday 11:00 to 23:30

 

Conditions to be applied to the licence as listed in the operating schedule (see report) plus the following additional conditions:

 

1.    The premises will not sell any beer, lager or cider that is equal to or greater than 6% ABV. (For the avoidance of doubt this does not include specialist products from craft or microbreweries or limited edition/seasonal products e.g. Christmas gift packs). Reducing the Strength Posters shall be displayed at the entrance to the premises as agreed with the Licensing Officer.

 

2.    No sale of single cans or bottles of any beer, lager or cider.

 

3.    Bottles of spirits to be located behind the counter only.

 

4.    No sale of spirits less than 35cl.

 

5.    All Cashiers and persons engaged in the sale of alcohol, before being allowed to make sales of alcohol and at not more than 6 month intervals, shall undergo training in:

 

a.    The procedures to be used for checking that purchasers of alcohol are over the age of 18.  This shall include the use of nationally approved proof of age schemes such as the Portman Group Pass Card or the Citizen PASS card.

b.    The legal requirements under the Licensing Act 2003 relating to sales of alcohol to persons under the age of 18.

c.    The operation of Challenge 25 policy and keeping of Refusal Register book.

 

A written record of such training shall be maintained by the licensee and shall be made available promptly on request to Officers of the Licensing Authority, Police or Trading Standards.  Such records shall include details of the names of staff trained, date of training and a summary of matters covered in the training.

 

6.    A Challenge 25 Policy shall be implemented at the premises and will include the display of signs in addition to the above staff training.

 

7.    A register of all refused sales shall be kept at the premises and a record of every refused sale shall be entered into the register showing the date and time of refusal, details of the product and the individual refused and the name of the persons who refused it.  The register shall be kept on the premises at all times and made available for inspection on request by Officers of the  ...  view the full decision text for item 2.

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Red Lion, 49 High Street, Feltham pdf icon PDF 313 KB

Application for the variation of a premises licence.

Additional documents:

Decision:

LICENSING ACT 2003

 

Section 17

 

Notification of decision following a Licensing Panel hearing to determine an application for a licence under s.17 Licensing Act 2003

 

PREMISES: Red Lion, 49 High Street, Feltham, TW13 4AB.

 

 

TO:    KTM Rox Limited.

 

 

TAKE NOTICE:

 

THAT following a hearing before the Licensing and General Purposes Sub

Committee (the Licensing Panel)

 

ON 19 December 2017

 

HOUNSLOW COUNCIL, as the Licensing Authority for the premises

 

RESOLVED:

 

That the application for the variation of the Premises Licence for Red Lion, 49 High Street, Feltham, as amended, be GRANTED to permit the following variations to the premises licence:

 

·         To amend condition 9 of Annex 2 to state that children under eighteen years of age will only be permitted on the premises after 21:00 if accompanied by an adult and taking a table meal.

 

·         To remove conditions 10, 11 and 17 of Annex 2 relating to the requirement for BIIAB Level 2 and drug awareness training and drug and psychoactive substances policy.

 

·         To amend the opening hours of the premises to 08:00am daily to permit non-licensable activities e.g. sale of tea, coffee and breakfast.

 

·         A change of the name of the premises licence to KTM ROX.

 

This was an application for the variation of a premises licence in respect of Red Lion, 49 High Street, Feltham.  This application was submitted by KTM ROX Limited.

 

In making its decision, the Panel took into account the written representations which were concerned with the removal of the three conditions due to the past drug problems associated with the premises.  The Panel also noted that there had been no representations received from the police or other responsible authorities.

 

The Panel heard from both the applicant’s legal representative and the applicant who stated that the plan was to completely to change the premises including a change of name which would allow a clean break from the history associated with the previous premises.  The Panel heard that the premises were intended to be family friendly.  The variation of condition 8 would enable older children to enjoy their meals with their families beyond 9.00pm.  The Panel heard that the police had been consulted and were no longer concerned due to the change in the nature of the premises.  She submitted that the police and other responsible authorities had not objected to the application which was clearly positive.  The applicant’s representative stated that the conditions relating to drugs (10,11 and 17) may have been proportionate at the time of their addition due to the problems associated with the premises.  However, she submitted that they were no longer proportionate as the premises had now changed considerably.

 

Having fully considered the representations of all parties, the Panel discussed the matter and decided to grant the application for the variation of the premises licence with the addition of the conditions agreed with the police.  In particular, the application was allowed in relation to the following:

 

·         To amend condition 9 of Annex 2 to state that children under eighteen years of  ...  view the full decision text for item 3.

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Order of Business pdf icon PDF 104 KB

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Procedure for the conduct of Panel hearings. pdf icon PDF 195 KB

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Hounslow Licensing Policy pdf icon PDF 4 MB