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APPLICATION FOR THE GRANT OF A NEW PREMISES LICENCE UNDER S17 LICENSING ACT 2003 AT DIXY CHICKEN, 912 CHESTER ROAD, STRETFORD, M32 0TH pdf icon PDF 324 KB

To consider a report of the Head of Regulatory Services.

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Minutes:

The Head of Regulatory Services submitted a report informing Members of an application for the grant of a premises licence for Dixy Chicken, 912 Chester Road, Stretford M32 0PA which had attracted representations from local residents against the grant of a licence.

 

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

 

Representations were made in support of the application by Mr A Mahmood on behalf of Mr Sethi Limited. Representations were made against the application by, Ward Councillor M. Cordingley on behalf of local residents, Greater Manchester Police and the Licensing Authority as responsible authorities.

 

RESOLVED –

 

(1)          That the application by Mr Sethi Limited for a grant of a premises licence for Dixy Chicken be granted subject to the withdrawal of the application for alcohol sales and in 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 A Duffield (Chair)        

Members:                 Councillor D Jarman

                                    Councillor D Butt

 

Applicant:                 Mr Azhar Mahmood on behalf of Mr Sethi Limited

 

Type of Licence:    Grant of a Premises Licence: Dixy Chicken, 912 Chester Road, Stretford M32 0PA

 

 

Representors:         Local Residents – not in attendance

                                    Karen Ahern

                                    Jane Derbyshire-Heal

                                    Ruth Hannan

 

                                    Councillors for Gorse Hill Ward – in attendance

                                    Councillor Mike Cordingley

                                    Councillor Laurence Walsh – to observe only

 

                                    Greater Manchester Police – in attendance

                                    Mr  David Kent – GMP Solicitor

                                    P.C. Karen Packer

 

                                    Licensing Authority as a Responsible Authority

                                    Mr Keiran Hinchliffe – Senior Licensing Officer

 

Parties Present:     On behalf of Applicant

                                    Mr Azhar Mahmood

                                    Mr Singh

                                   

Officers

                                    Lisa Grimshaw – Legal Assistant

                                    Anna Haddad – Licensing Officer

                                    Stacey Hilton – Licensing Officer (to observe only)

                                    Ruth Worsley – Democratic and Scrutiny Officer

 

 

Date of Hearing:    3rd December 2019

Time Commence:   6.30 p.m.

Time Terminated:   7.30 p.m.

 

 

LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE DECISION

 

That the representations received from Local Residents, Ward Councillor, Greater Manchester Police and the Licensing Authority were relevant representations.

 

The Sub-Committee’s decision is to grant a premises licence for late night refreshment as follows:-

 

Late Night Refreshment    

Monday to Sunday                          23:00 to 02:30

 

 

Conditions

 

Any mandatory conditions which must be included under the Licensing Act 2003.

 

Additional Conditions

 

1.    A CCTV system will be maintained and operated at the premises with cameras positioned both internally and externally.

2.    Recorded CCTV images will be maintained and stored for a period of twenty-eight days and shall be produced to the Police or Licensing Authority upon request.

3.    CCTV will be in operation at any time a person is in the premises.  Where CCTV is recorded onto a hard drive system, any DVDs subsequently produced will be in a format so it can be played back on a standard PC or DVD player.

4.    Any person left in charge of the premises must be trained in the use of any such CCTV equipment, and be able to produce CCTV images to an officer from a responsible authority  ...  view the full minutes text for item 7.