Agenda, decisions and draft minutes

JUMP EVOLUTION, Licensing Sub-Committee
Friday, 3rd May, 2019 10.30 am

Venue: Council Chamber - Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Victoria Freeman - 01708 433862  Email: victoria.freeman@onesource.co.uk

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APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE - JUMP EVOLUTION, 1 SPILSBY ROAD, ROMFORD, RM3 8SB pdf icon PDF 21 MB

Decision:

 

 

Licensing Act 2003

Notice of Decision

 

 

PREMISES

Jump Evolution

Unit 1 Spilsby Road

Romford

RM3 8SB

 

APPLICANT

Jump Evolution Limited

 

Details of the Application

 

Late night refreshment

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

23:00

00:00

 

 

 

 

On-supplies of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

12:00

00:00

 

 

Hours premises open to the public

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

10:00

00:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

The application for a premises licence was made by Jump Evolution Limited under s.17 of the Licensing Act 2003.  The application was received by Havering’s Licensing Authority on the 19th March 2019.  The application was appropriately advertised in accordance with the requirements of regulation.

 

Details of Representations

 

There was one representation against the application from a local resident.  There was one representation against this application from a responsible authority, namely Havering’s Planning Authority.

 

Neither the local resident who made the representation or a representative from Havering’s Planning Authority were present at the hearing.

 

 


 

DECISION

 

The Licensing Sub-Committee determined that the licence will be granted for the reasons set out below.

 

REASONS

 

An officer from The Authorities Licensing Team presented the application.

 

This was followed by various questions from members to the applicant.

 

The applicant informed the committee that this application was in response to a demand from his customers, mainly mothers who wanted to able to have a glass of wine whilst waiting for their children.

 

The applicant assured members that he was not trying to create a late night drinking establishment for young people and confirmed that he was at the premises every day and that he wanted to work alongside the Responsible Authorities to ensure the business is compliant.

 

Members asked the applicant whether he had been approached by or spoken to local residents, he said he had not, although letters had been posted through to residents letter box’s to try and engage with them and to deal with any concerns, he also informed the Sub-Committee that to his knowledge there have not been any complaints on the business Facebook page.

 

The applicant accepted that on occasions the music may have been too loud, however stated that this was during the day and not in the evening. 

 

Members asked a number of questions relating to how the 3 drink rule would be monitored, the applicant explained this will be managed using wrist bands, each wrist band representing whether somebody was jumping or spectating, white wrist bands will be issued for spectators, who will be sold alcohol, their bands will be clipped by bar staff each time the customer makes an alcoholic purchase. Any customer wearing a white wrist band with 3 clip marks will not be served with any further alcohol. The applicant explained a coloured wristband will be issued to customers who are jumping, customers with a coloured wrist band will not be sold alcohol.

 

The Sub-Committee queried whether the tannoy would be used in the evening, the applicant informed members that the last session is at 8 pm and that they could reduce the  ...  view the full decision text for item 1.

Minutes:

PREMISES

Jump Evolution

Unit 1 Spilsby Road

Romford

RM3 8SB

 

APPLICANT

Jump Evolution Limited

 

Details of the Application

 

Late night refreshment

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

23:00

00:00

 

 

 

 

On-supplies of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

12:00

00:00

 

 

Hours premises open to the public

Day

Start

Finish

Monday to Sunday

10:00

00:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

The application for a premises licence was made by Jump Evolution Limited under s.17 of the Licensing Act 2003.  The application was received by Havering’s Licensing Authority on the 19th March 2019.  The application was appropriately advertised in accordance with the requirements of regulation.

 

There was one representation against the application from a local resident.  There was one representation against this application from a responsible authority, namely Havering’s Planning Authority.

 

Neither the local resident who made the representation or a representative from Havering’s Planning Authority were present at the hearing.

 

An officer from The Authorities Licensing Team presented the application.

 

This was followed by various questions from members to the applicant.

 

The applicant informed the committee that this application was in response to a demand from his customers, mainly mothers who wanted to able to have a glass of wine whilst waiting for their children.

 

The applicant assured members that he was not trying to create a late night drinking establishment for young people and confirmed that he was at the premises every day and that he wanted to work alongside the Responsible Authorities to ensure the business is compliant.

 

Members asked the applicant whether he had been approached by or spoken to local residents, he said he had not, although letters had been posted through to residents letter box’s to try and engage with them and to deal with any concerns, he also informed the Sub-Committee that to his knowledge there have not been any complaints on the business Facebook page.

 

The applicant accepted that on occasions the music may have been too loud, however stated that this was during the day and not in the evening. 

 

Members asked a number of questions relating to how the 3 drink rule would be monitored, the applicant explained this will be managed using wrist bands, each wrist band representing whether somebody was jumping or spectating, white wrist bands will be issued for spectators, who will be sold alcohol, their bands will be clipped by bar staff each time the customer makes an alcoholic purchase. Any customer wearing a white wrist band with 3 clip marks will not be served with any further alcohol. The applicant explained a coloured wristband will be issued to customers who are jumping, customers with a coloured wrist band will not be sold alcohol.

 

The Sub-Committee queried whether the tannoy would be used in the evening, the applicant informed members that the last session is at 8 pm and that they could reduce the tannoy base if it was disturbing neighbours and cap the noise level if necessary.

 

When asked whether the back doors were left open, the applicant informed the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 1.