Venue: Civic Offices, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1EA
Contact: Cathy Hayward, Committee Services Officer Tel: 020 8770 4990 | Email: email@example.com
Welcome and introductions
Attendees were welcomed to the meeting.
Election of Chair
Councillor Barry Lewis proposed that Councillor Trish Fivey be elected as Chair for the duration of the meeting. This was seconded by Councillor Martina Allen.
That Councillor Trish Fivey be elected as Chair for the duration of the meeting.
Declarations of interest
There were no declarations of interest.
Minutes of the previous meeting
To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting held on 27 September 2019.
Agreement of the minutes of the meeting held 27 September 2019 was deferred to the next meeting as no member of this sub committee had been present at that meeting.
The Chair drew attention to the Council’s procedure to be followed at the meeting and attendees confirmed they had received a copy.
This application relating to Domino's Pizza, 21 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3AP was made on 2 August 2019 by Sheermans Limited.
The application seeks a new premises licence to permit late night refreshment during the following hours;
Sunday to Thursday - 23:00 hours to Midnight
Friday and Saturday - 23:00 hours to 01:00 hours the following morning
LICENSING SUB COMMITTEE
Decision taken by the Licensing Sub-Committee on 7 October 2019
Application by Milan Shah, Operations Coordinator, Sheermans Ltd.
Application for a NEW PREMISES LICENCE
In respect of the premises known as Domino's Pizza, 21 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3AP.
Councillor Trish Fivey,(Chair)
Councillor Barry Lewis
Councillor Martina Allen
Mr. Rob Smith – Managing Director
Mr. Khaled Erori – Operations Director
Saima Khan, Legal Advisor
Rebecca Whelton, Licensing Officer
Cathy Hayward, Committee Services Officer
The Licensing Officer introduced the matter for determination and informed the Sub-Committee that Milan Shah, Operations Coordinator, Sheermans Ltd has applied for new premises licence in respect of the premises known as Domino's Pizza, 21 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3AP.
The application sought the grant of the following:
Late night refreshment during the following hours;
? Sunday to Thursday - 23:00 hours to Midnight
? Friday and Saturday - 23:00 hours to 01:00 hours the following morning
The Licensing Officer informed the Sub-Committee that the proposed hours of licensable activities and the hours of operation are laid out in Appendix 2.
The Licensing Officer explained that the applicant has advertised the application, as required, by way of a poster at the premises and by advertisement in a local newspaper and that the application had also been advertised on the Council’s website. Nine valid representations were received from Other Persons. The representations referred to matters that related to
? The prevention of crime and disorder.
? Public safety.
? The prevention of public nuisance.
It was confirmed that all Responsible Authorities received a copy of the application, and no representations had been received.
The Licensing Officer confirmed that copies of all representations have been forwarded to the applicant and have been made available to the Sub-Committee.
The Licensing Officer explained that conditions offered by the Applicant to be applied to any licence granted had been detailed in Appendix 3 of the report.
The Sub-Committee then heard a submission from the applicant. The main points raised were:
· The application is for an extension of the hours of business as a licence is not required for late night refreshment between 05:00 and 23:00 hours on any day.
· The premises is an established business, which takes good neighbourliness seriously. The brand has a good reputation, and relies on its local community for business. It is willing to work with the local community who are its customers and does not wish to damage its reputation.
· The application is in keeping with other businesses in the area.
· Some of the objections raised had been made by residents whose addresses are some distance from the premises, although it was noted that there had been objections from residents whose addresses were close to the premises. Attention was drawn to the fact that objections included points which related to current concerns in the area which are not in the control of the applicant. However, the applicant reported they did not wish to add to any ... view the full minutes text for item 20.
Any urgent business
To consider any items which, in the view of the Chair, should be dealt with as a matter of urgency because of special circumstances (in accordance with S100B(4) of the Local Government Act 1972).
There was no urgent business.