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To consider a report of the Head of Regulatory Services.
The Head of Regulatory Services submitted a report informing Members of an application for the grant of a variation to the premises licence for The Quarry Bank Inn, Bloomsbury Lane, Timperley, WA15 6NY which had attracted representations from local residents.
All parties present at the hearing were invited to address the Sub-Committee.
Representations were made in support of the application by the applicant’s solicitor Mr. M. Ireland of Napthens LLP Solicitors and Mr. S. Bradley of Hydes Brewery. Representations were made against the application by local residents Ms J Roscow, Mrs. Y. Martin and Mrs. D. Eaton.
(1) That the application by Napthens LLP Solicitors for the grant of a variation to the premises licence for The Quarry Bank Inn 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 A. Duffield (Chairperson)
Members: Councillor D. Jarman
Councillor D Butt
Applicant: Napthens LLP Solicitors on behalf of Hydes Brewery Limited
Type of Licence: Grant of a Full Variation to a Premises Licence: The Quarry Bank Inn, Bloomsbury Lane, Timperley, WA15 6NY
Representors: Local Residents – in attendance
Mrs. D Eaton
Mrs. Y Martin
Ms J Roscow
Parties Present: On behalf of Applicant – in attendance
Mr. M Ireland, Napthens LLP Solicitors
Mr. S Bradley, Hydes Brewery Limited
Caroline Myers – Solicitor
Kieran Hinchliffe – Senior Licensing Officer
Natalie Owen – Governance Officer
Katie Armstrong – Licensing Officer – to observe only
Date of Hearing: 20 October 2020
Time Commence: 4.10 p.m.
Time Terminated: 5.39 p.m.
LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE DECISION
The Sub-Committee decided that the representations received from local residents were relevant representations.
To grant a full variation of the premises licence and amend the plans that accompany the premises licence to permit sales of alcohol in external areas.
Any mandatory conditions which must be included under the Licensing Act 2003.
CONDITIONS AGREED BY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Noise from music and associated sources (including DJ’s and amplified voices) must not be audible to such an extent that it constitutes a nuisance at any noise sensitive properties.
Doors and windows of the premises shall be closed after 23.00 hours on any day (except for access/egress).
There shall be placed at all exits from the premises in a place where they can be seen and easily read by the public, notices requiring customers to leave the premises and the area quietly.
Sales of alcohol should not be permitted in the external areas beyond 21.00 hours.
Tables and chairs will not be permitted in the external areas to the right of the main building (adjoining 153 Bloomsbury Lane); to the front of the building (adjacent to Bloomsbury Lane); or to the left of the building (adjacent to 145 Bloomsbury Lane) at any point in front of the back corner of the beer store.
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