Agenda, decisions and draft minutes

WINGLETYE FOOD AND WINE, Licensing Sub-Committee - Friday, 17th January, 2020 10.30 am

Venue: Council Chamber - Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Richard Cursons - 01708 432430  Email: richard.cursons@onesource.co.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

VARIATION OF A PREMISES LICENCE AT WINGLETYE FOOD & WINE, 81 WINGLETYE LANE HORNCHURCH RM11 3AT pdf icon PDF 6 MB

Decision:

 

Licensing Act 2003

Notice of Decision

 

 

 

DETAILS OF APPLICATION

PREMISES

 

Wingletye Food & Wine

81 Wingletye Lane,

Hornchurch,

RM11 3AT

 

APPLICANT

 

Mr Gokhan Akbas

 

Licensable activity sought:

 

Current premises licence hours:

 

Supply of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday

10:00

23:00

Tuesday

10:00

23:00

Wednesday

10:00

23:00

Thursday

10:00

23:00

Friday

10:00

23:00

Saturday

10:00

23:00

Sunday

10:00

22:00

 

Variation applied for:

 

Supply of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday

08:00

00:00

Tuesday

08:00

00:00

Wednesday

08:00

00:00

Thursday

08:00

00:00

Friday

08:00

00:00

Saturday

08:00

00:00

Sunday

08:00

00:00

 

Comments and observations on the application

 

The variation application also sought to amend the premises layout

 

The applicant acted in accordance with regulations 25 and 26 of The Licensing Act 2003 (Premises licences and club premises certificates) Regulations 2005 relating to the advertising of the application.  The required public notice was installed in the Friday 29 November 2019 edition of the Romford Recorder.

 

 

SUMMARY

 

There was 1 representation against this application from interested persons.

 

There were 2 representations against this application from responsible authorities,

Namely, Havering’s Licensing Authority and the Metropolitan Police.

 

The application for a variation to a Premises Licence was made by the above applicant, under section 17 of the Licensing Act 2003. The application was received by London Borough of Havering on the 20 November 2019.

 

The Licensing Sub-Committee must promote the licensing objectives and must have regard to the Secretary of State’s National Guidance created under Section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 and the Council’s own Statement of Licensing Policy. 

 

The Applicant attended and was represented by a licensing agent who made submissions on his behalf.     

 

 

Decision

 

The Sub-Committee considered all representations and submissions and decided to grant the application with conditions as below.

 

The Sub-Committee heard evidence from the licensing authority, the police and another interested party. The proposed variation was found to be contrary to aspects of the London Borough of Havering’s licensing policy, this policy was designed to ensure that the licensing objectives were met. The Sub-Committee reminded itself that it was required to consider each application on its own merits.

 

The premises were located in a residential area. There were three schools and a sixth-form college in the area.

 

The police raised concerns about the variation of the licence, to allow the sale of alcohol from 08.00. The officer gave clear evidence of the potential impact of the variation. The Sub-Committee accepted that evidence. The Sub-Committee had concerns that the sale of alcohol from the premises from 08.00 would impact on the objectives in relation to the protection of children from harm and prevention of crime and disorder. This aspect of the application was refused.

 

The Sub-Committee was minded to grant the variation in respect of extension of the licence to sell alcohol on Sunday evening till 23.00. This was on condition that the alcohol cabinets were shuttered and locked outside the operational period of the licence. 

 

The Sub-Committee accepted the variation to the layout of the shop as proposed on the plan provided.  ...  view the full decision text for item 1.

Minutes:

 

 

DETAILS OF APPLICATION

PREMISES

 

Wingletye Food & Wine

81 Wingletye Lane,

Hornchurch,

RM11 3AT

 

APPLICANT

 

Mr Gokhan Akbas

 

Licensable activity sought:

 

Current premises licence hours:

 

Supply of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday

10:00

23:00

Tuesday

10:00

23:00

Wednesday

10:00

23:00

Thursday

10:00

23:00

Friday

10:00

23:00

Saturday

10:00

23:00

Sunday

10:00

22:00

 

Variation applied for:

 

Supply of alcohol

Day

Start

Finish

Monday

08:00

00:00

Tuesday

08:00

00:00

Wednesday

08:00

00:00

Thursday

08:00

00:00

Friday

08:00

00:00

Saturday

08:00

00:00

Sunday

08:00

00:00

 

Comments and observations on the application

 

The variation application also sought to amend the premises layout

 

The applicant acted in accordance with regulations 25 and 26 of The Licensing Act 2003 (Premises licences and club premises certificates) Regulations 2005 relating to the advertising of the application.  The required public notice was installed in the Friday 29 November 2019 edition of the Romford Recorder.

 

 

SUMMARY

 

There was 1 representation against this application from interested persons.

 

There were 2 representations against this application from responsible authorities,

Namely, Havering’s Licensing Authority and the Metropolitan Police.

 

The application for a variation to a Premises Licence was made by the above applicant, under section 17 of the Licensing Act 2003. The application was received by London Borough of Havering on the 20 November 2019.

 

The Licensing Sub-Committee must promote the licensing objectives and must have regard to the Secretary of State’s National Guidance created under Section 182 of the Licensing Act 2003 and the Council’s own Statement of Licensing Policy. 

 

The Applicant attended and was represented by a licensing agent who made submissions on his behalf.     

 

 

Decision

 

The Sub-Committee considered all representations and submissions and decided to grant the application with conditions as below.

 

The Sub-Committee heard evidence from the licensing authority, the police and another interested party. The proposed variation was found to be contrary to aspects of the London Borough of Havering’s licensing policy, this policy was designed to ensure that the licensing objectives were met. The Sub-Committee reminded itself that it was required to consider each application on its own merits.

 

The premises were located in a residential area. There were three schools and a sixth-form college in the area.

 

The police raised concerns about the variation of the licence, to allow the sale of alcohol from 08.00. The officer gave clear evidence of the potential impact of the variation. The Sub-Committee accepted that evidence. The Sub-Committee had concerns that the sale of alcohol from the premises from 08.00 would impact on the objectives in relation to the protection of children from harm and prevention of crime and disorder. This aspect of the application was refused.

 

The Sub-Committee was minded to grant the variation in respect of extension of the licence to sell alcohol on Sunday evening till 23.00. This was on condition that the alcohol cabinets were shuttered and locked outside the operational period of the licence. 

 

The Sub-Committee accepted the variation to the layout of the shop as proposed on the plan provided. The Sub-Committee also approved the variation  ...  view the full minutes text for item 1.