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APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF A NEW PREMISES LICENCE UNDER S17 LICENSING ACT 2003 AT SYD'S CHICKEN AND PIZZA, 680 CHESTER ROAD, STRETFORD, M32 0SF. pdf icon PDF 305 KB

To consider a report of the Head of Regulatory Services.

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The Head of Regulatory Services submitted a report informing Members of an application for the grant of a premises licence for Syd’s Chicken and Pizza, 680 Chester Road, Stretford, M32 0SF which had attracted a representation from a local Councillor.

 

All parties present at the hearing were invited to address the Sub-Committee.

 

Representations were made in support of the application on behalf of the applicant by Mr. Irfan.  Representations were made against the application by Councillor Walsh, a local Councillor.

 

RESOLVED –

 

(1)          That the application by Mr. Musa for the grant of a premises licence for Syd’s Chicken and Pizza, 680 Chester Road, Stretford be granted subject to compliance with the conditions outlined in the decision notice.

 

(2)          That the issue of the Licence be delegated to the Head of Regulatory Services.

 

 

LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE DECISION NOTICE

 

Sub Committee       Councillor D. Jarman (Chairperson)       

Members:                 Councillor D. Butt

                                    Councillor S. Thomas

 

Applicant:                 Mr Sohail Musa on behalf of Mr Muhammad Aslam

                                   

Type of Licence:    Grant of a new Premises Licence: Syd’s Chicken and Pizza, 680 Chester Road, Stretford, M32 0SF

 

Representors:         Local Councillor – in attendance

Councillor L. Walsh

 

Parties Present:     On behalf of Applicant – in attendance

                                    Mr. Irfan

 

Officers

Caroline Myers – Solicitor

                                    Kieran Hinchliffe – Senior Licensing Officer

                                    Natalie Owen – Governance Officer

 

                                    Officers – to observe only

                                    Kyle Maycock – Solicitor

                                    Abdul Elghedafi - Lawyer

 

Date of Hearing:      16 March 2021

Time Commence:     6.30 p.m.

Time Terminated:     7.52 p.m.

 

 

LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE DECISION

 

The Sub-Committee decided that the representation received from a local Councillor was a relevant representation.

 

To grant a new premises licence as follows:-

 

Late Night Refreshment (Indoors)

Monday – Sunday               23.00 – 00.00

 

 

Opening Hours

Monday – Sunday               11.00 – 00.00

 

 

CONDITIONS

 

The premises will have CCTV at the premises and recordings will be stored for a minimum of 28 days.  These will be made available to the police and council upon request.

 

The licence holder will ensure that there are no youths loitering around the shop.

 

The premises will have a documented Duty of Care policy for managing intoxicated and vulnerable customers and dealing with incidents of harassment at the premises.

 

The licence holder will meet Health and Safety Regulations.

 

The premises will be fully compliant with the latest Covid regulations for hot food takeaways.

 

No Music will be played at the premises.

 

A direct telephone number for the duty manager must be prominently displayed where it can conveniently be read from the exterior of the premises by the public.  The telephone must be manned at all times the premises is open for licensable activities.

 

No deliveries or collections relating to licensable activities at the premises will take place between the hours of 00:00 - 11:00.

 

Delivery drivers will conduct the delivery in a manner that will not cause a noise disturbance to the occupiers of any residential properties surrounding the delivery address.  This includes the avoidance of slamming doors, playing loud music, shouting, over-revving engines and sounding horns to signal  ...  view the full minutes text for item 2.