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Application to vary a premises licence made by Pararajasingam Kunaraja under section 34 of the Licensing Act 2003. (Papers attached)
Licensing Act 2003
Notice of Decision
Hornchurch Food & Wine
77 Park Lane
1. Details of requested licensable activities
This application to vary a premises licence is made by Pararajasingam Kunaraja under section 34 of the Licensing Act 2003. The application was received by Havering’s Licensing Authority on 6 May 2022.
The application is to:
Extend the hours for sale of alcohol and openings times as follows:
Alcohol: Monday to Sunday 08:00 – 23:00 (Amended from 06:00 by agreement with Police)
THE EXISTING CONDITIONS WILL BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH THE CURRENT CONDITIONS - MORE APPROPRIATE FOR THIS SMALL RETAIL STORE:
1. The premises shall have CCTV cameras installed covering the entrance together with comprehensive internal viewing. The CCTV system shall be maintained regularly and recordings shall be kept with the previous 31 days’ data. This information shall be made available to the Police or other authorised persons upon request.
2. The premises shall be fitted with a digital CCTV system which shall conform to the following points:
(i) If the CCTV equipment is inoperative or not working to the satisfaction of the Police the premises shall not be used for licensable activities unless with prior agreement from the Police.
(ii) CCTV cameras must be sited to observe the entrance door both inside and outside the counter areas and all alcohol displays.
3. A refusals book shall be kept at the point of sale or electronically recorded on the till. A record shall be kept on each occasion that a sale is refused. This book shall be made available immediately to the Police and the Local Authority when requested.
4. Staff training records shall be kept for a minimum period of two years. The records shall be immediately made available to the Police and Local Authority upon request.
5. All staff who make sales of alcohol shall receive regular training, induction and refresher. This shall include: (i) application for relevant proof of age scheme or similar; (ii) penalties for selling to an underage person; (iii) asking for appropriate photographic identification. This must be either a passport, photographic driving licence or an identity card with the PASS logo (Proof of Age Standards Scheme); (iv) the refusals process; and (v) any other information as deemed appropriate.
6. Deliveries to the premises shall only be made during normal working hours.
7. All staff shall be suitably trained for their job function for the premises. The training shall be written into a programme, ongoing and under constant review, and must be made available to a relevant Responsible Authority when called upon.
8. Prominent clear notices shall be displayed at the point of entry to the premises and in a suitable location at any points of sale advising customers that they may be asked to produce evidence of their age.
9. All members of staff at the premises shall seek credible photographic proof of age evidence from any person who appears to be ... view the full decision text for item 5.