Decisions

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Decisions published

04/08/2022 - Borough Festive Lights Contract 2022 ref: 6490    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Partnerships and Organisational Development

Decision published: 04/08/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

Lead officer: Nicola Bowen


04/08/2022 - Consultation on ECVP's in Car Parks ref: 6488    Recommendations Approved

A Key decsion to progress the cosnultaiton over the installation of Electric Charging Vehicle Points in Council owned car parks.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision published: 04/08/2022

Effective from: 11/08/2022

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision published: 04/08/2022

Effective from: 11/08/2022

Lead officer: Martin Day


04/08/2022 - Adoption of new RE Syllabus ref: 6487    Recommendations Approved

Adoption of a new RE Syllabus

Decision Maker: Assistant Director for Education Services

Decision published: 04/08/2022

Effective from: 11/08/2022

Lead officer: Susan Sutton


04/08/2022 - Contract with an approved supplier to deliver the SIP funded Invest in Fibre project. ref: 6486    Recommendations Approved

Approval to contract with an approved supplier to deliver the Strategic Investment Pot funded invest in fibre project.

 

Please note that this decsion will be taken under General Exception provisions in order to enter into contract this financial year.

Decision Maker: Director of Regeneration Programme Delivery

Decision published: 04/08/2022

Effective from: 11/08/2022

Lead officer: Daniel Moore


03/08/2022 - Affordable Homes for Local People - Revenue Funding Grant Acceptance (GLA Right to Buy Back Fund) ref: 6485    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing

Decision published: 03/08/2022

Effective from: 03/08/2022

Lead officer: James Delaney


03/08/2022 - Local Authority Supplementary Substance Misuse Treatment & Recovery Grant 2022/23 ref: 6484    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Public Health

Decision published: 03/08/2022

Effective from: 03/08/2022

Lead officer: Daren Mulley


03/08/2022 - Variation of the Joint Assessment and Discharge Team Section 75 Agreement to reflect the Integrated Discharge Hub arrangements and extend the term for a period of 3 years, with a 6 month notice period to terminate ref: 6483    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Adult Social Care and Health

Decision published: 03/08/2022

Effective from: 03/08/2022

Lead officer: Sandy Foskett


02/08/2022 - Domestic Violence Perpetrator Service - Approval to Award ref: 6479    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director Neighbourhoods

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Diane Egan


02/08/2022 - Approval to sell Havering's equity share in 264 Rainham Road, Rainham, RM13 7TL. The property is a 3 bedroom semi-detached house. ref: 6478    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Claire Bailey


02/08/2022 - Approval to sell a further 20% share of Havering's equity share in 4 Clayfield Close, Upminster, RM14 1FA. A 3 bedroom mid-terraced house ref: 6477    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Claire Bailey


02/08/2022 - Approval to sell a further 25% share of Havering's equity share in 37b Tennyson Road, Romford, RM3 7AD. A 3 bedroom mid-terraced house ref: 6476    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Claire Bailey


02/08/2022 - 12 month extension of contract with Imago Community Limited for the provision of the Young Carers Service within Havering. ref: 6475    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director Children's Services

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Suzanne West


02/08/2022 - 11 Evansdale, Rainham, RM13 8JR Authorisation to extend the lease term in accordance with statutory provisions ref: 6480    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing

Decision published: 02/08/2022

Effective from: 02/08/2022

Lead officer: Denise Hall


01/08/2022 - Borough Christmas Trees Contract 2022 ref: 6474    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director, Customer and Communications

Decision published: 01/08/2022

Effective from: 01/08/2022

Lead officer: Nicola Bowen


01/08/2022 - Ultra Low Emission Zone Consultation - LB Havering Response ref: 6473    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision published: 01/08/2022

Effective from: 01/08/2022

Lead officer: Daniel Douglas


01/08/2022 - Approval to tender for Parks and Littering Enforcement Pilot ref: 6472    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director Neighbourhoods

Decision published: 01/08/2022

Effective from: 01/08/2022

Lead officer: Jonathan Cassidy


28/07/2022 - APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE - HORNCHURCH FOOD & WINE ref: 6482    For Determination

Decision Maker: Licensing Sub-Committee

Made at meeting: 28/07/2022 - Licensing Sub-Committee

Decision published: 28/07/2022

Effective from: 28/07/2022

Decision:

Licensing Act 2003

Notice of Decision

 

 

PREMISES

Hornchurch Food & Wine

77 Park Lane

Romford

RM11 1BH

 

APPLICANT

Pararajasingam Kunaraja

 

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)

 

Amended Conditions:

 

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 under the age of 18 years and who is seeking to purchase alcohol. Such credible evidence which shall include a photograph of the customer shall include a passport, photographic driving licence or Proof of Age card carrying a ‘PASS’ logo.

10. Prominent clear notices shall be displayed at the premises about the supply of alcohol to minors and the relevant offences involved.

11. The premises shall adopt a Challenge 25 policy. This means that the premises shall challenge anybody who attempts to buy an alcoholic drink who appears to be under the age of 25 and shall not sell to such persons unless they can prove they are over 18 by providing a passport or photographic driving licence.

12. All occasions when persons have been refused service shall be recorded in writing and kept at the premises for six months

 

Comments and observations on the application

 

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.

 

SUMMARY

 

The Licensing Sub-Committee has considered an application from Kunaraja Pararajasingam to vary the existing premises licence in respect of the premises known as Hornchurch Food & Wine situated at 77 Park Lane, Romford RM11 1BH

 

The application sought the following variations:

a)      to extend the current hours for the sale of alcohol from 08:00 hours - 20:00 hours to 08:00 hours - 23:00 hours  and

b)      to replace the current licence conditions with the following:

 

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 under the age of 18 years and who is seeking to purchase alcohol. Such credible evidence which shall include a photograph of the customer shall include a passport, photographic driving licence or Proof of Age card carrying a ‘PASS’ logo.

10. Prominent clear notices shall be displayed at the premises about the supply of alcohol to minors and the relevant offences involved.

11. The premises shall adopt a Challenge 25 policy. This means that the premises shall challenge anybody who attempts to buy an alcoholic drink who appears to be under the age of 25 and shall not sell to such persons unless they can prove they are over 18 by providing a passport or photographic driving licence.

12. All occasions when persons have been refused service shall be recorded in writing and kept at the premises for six months

The Sub-Committee heard submissions from Councillor Judith Holt on the grounds of Public Safety, The Prevention of Public Nuisance and the Protection of Children from Harm. Written representations were also received from 2 residents who did not attend the hearing. The Sub-Committee decided that it would proceed in their absence but would consider their written representations under Regulation20(2) (b) and (3) of The Licensing Act 2003 (Hearings) Regulations 2005.

The Licensing Sub-Committee decided that the variation should be granted in part but imposed additional conditions to those proposed in the written application.

 

Reasons for the Decision

1.         The Sub - Committee must promote the licensing objectives and must have regard to the Secretary of State’s National Guidance created under s182 of the Licensing Act 2003 and the Council’s own Statement of Licensing.

 

2.         The Sub-Committee took into account that there were no representations from any Responsible Authorities but noted that the police had reached an agreement with the Applicant that the original application to sell alcohol from 06:00 hours to 23:00 hours should be amended to 08:00 hours to 23:00 hours.

 

3.         Also, the Applicant had originally requested that the following 4 conditions should be removed from the premises licence:

 

a.        Signs shall be displayed at the exit door of the premises requesting patrons to leave the premises quietly.

b.         Bottles and similar goods shall not be handled outside the premises in the late evening, night or early morning.

c.         Bins shall not be emptied outside the premises in the late evening, night or early morning.

d.         Rubbish from the premises shall be securely stored in a bin in a designated area  

 

4.    However, after an objection to this was raised by the council’s Environmental Health Team, the Applicant agreed that those conditions should remain on the licence.

 

5.    Although there were no representations from Responsible Authorities the Sub – Committee had local knowledge of the area which contained a large number of residents. Although the premises were not in a Cumulative Impact Zone, the Sub-Committee noted the councillor’s representations that there had been instances of anti-social behaviour in the area which had resulted in residents reporting the presence of street drinkers. The Sub-Committee was concerned that selling alcohol until 23:00 hours may encourage such anti-social behaviour.

 

6.    The Sub-Committee was also concerned that the Applicant’s agent had stated that the Applicant should be able to sell any type of alcohol he liked including alcohol of any strength.

 

Further conditions

 

7.    The Sub-Committee agreed that the Applicant’s proposed conditions should be added to the premises licence. Also, the Sub-Committee decided that further conditions should be added to the licence in order to promote the licensing objectives of The Prevention of Public Nuisance, Public Safety and the Protection of Children in the area. These conditions are:

 

a.            The supply of alcohol is to take place between 08:00 hours and 22:00 hours

b.            Alcohol sold on the premises is not to exceed 6% ABV

c.             Staff training is to take place including refresher training every 12 months

 

The full list of conditions to be placed on the premises licence is as follows:

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 under the age of 18 years and who is seeking to purchase alcohol. Such credible evidence which shall include a photograph of the customer shall include a passport, photographic driving licence or Proof of Age card carrying a ‘PASS’ logo.

10. Prominent clear notices shall be displayed at the premises about the supply of alcohol to minors and the relevant offences involved.

11. The premises shall adopt a Challenge 25 policy. This means that the premises shall challenge anybody who attempts to buy an alcoholic drink who appears to be under the age of 25 and shall not sell to such persons unless they can prove they are over 18 by providing a passport or photographic driving licence.

12. All occasions when persons have been refused service shall be recorded in writing and kept at the premises for six months.

13. Signs shall be displayed at the exit door of the premises requesting patrons to leave the premises quietly.

14. Bottles and similar goods shall not be handled outside the premises in the late evening, night or early morning.

15. Bins shall not be emptied outside the premises in the late evening, night or early morning.

16. Rubbish from the premises shall be securely stored in a bin in a designated area  

17. The supply of alcohol shall take place between 08:00 hours and 22:00 hours

18. Beers, lagers, stout and ciders sold at the premises should not exceed 6% alcohol volume.

19. The Licensee is to ensure that each member of staff authorised to sell alcohol has received adequate training on the law with regard to age restricted products and that this has been properly documented and training records kept. The training record is to be kept on the licensed premises and made available for inspection by the Licensing Officer, Trading Standards or the Police.

20. The Licensee is to ensure that each member of staff authorised to sell alcohol is fully aware of his/her responsibilities in relation to verifying a customer's age and is able to effectively question purchasers and check evidence of proof of age.

21. The Licensee is to ensure that each member of staff authorised to sell alcohol is sufficiently capable and confident to confront and challenge under - 18s attempting to purchase alcohol.

22. Refresher training shall be held every 12 months

 

 

Right of Appeal

 

Any party who has made a relevant representation may appeal to the Magistrates’ Court within 21 days of notification of the decision.

 

On appeal, the Magistrates’ Court may:

1.         Dismiss the appeal; or

2.         Substitute the decision for another decision which could have been made by the Sub Committee; or

3.         Remit the case to the Sub Committee to dispose of it in accordance with the direction of the Court; and

4.         Make an order for costs as it sees fit.

 


28/07/2022 - Housing Support Fund 2022 ref: 6471    Recommendations Approved

To use the DWP Housing Support Fund of £1.6million to provide a package of financial help for low income households with children,pensioners and vulnerable individuals.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Finance & Transformation

Decision published: 28/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022

Lead officer: Chris Henry


27/07/2022 - Approval to Procure Learning Disabilities Supported Accommodation Service ref: 6470    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Adult Social Care and Health

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 27/07/2022

Lead officer: Daren Mulley


27/07/2022 - Stanley Close, Romford (Permit Parking Measures) - Request to implement ref: 6469    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 27/07/2022

Lead officer: Diane Bourne


27/07/2022 - APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE - SHELLEY'S BAR ref: 6481    For Determination

Decision Maker: Licensing Sub-Committee

Made at meeting: 27/07/2022 - Licensing Sub-Committee

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 27/07/2022

Decision:

Licensing Act 2003

Notice of Decision

 

 

PREMISES

Shelley’s Bar

72A Station Lane

Hornchurch

RM12 6NA

 

APPLICANT

Champagne Chelle Ltd

 

  1. Details of requested licensable activities

This application to vary a premises licence is made by Champagne Chelle Ltd under s.34 of the Licensing Act 2003. The application was received by Havering’s Licensing Authority on 22 April 2022.

 

 

The application is to:

 

Extend the hours for sale of alcohol and openings times as follows:

 

Alcohol: Thursday 11:00-01:00, Fridays & Saturdays 11:00-02:00, Bank Holiday Sundays 11:00-02:00

 

Opening and Closing Times: Thursday 11:00-01:30, Fridays & Saturdays 11:00-02:30, Bank Holiday Sundays 11:00-02:30

 

Comments and observations on the application

 

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.

 

SUMMARY

 

The Sub-Committee have considered an application to vary a premises licence for Shelley’s Bar, situated at 72A Station Lane, Hornchurch, RM12 6NA.

 

Representations against the application were received from a single resident and two Ward Councillors. There were no representations against this application from any responsible authorities.

 

The applicant and a legal representative attended by means of a remote technology.

 

The Sub-Committee must promote the licensing objectives and must have regard to the Secretary of State’s National Guidance created under S182 of the Licensing Act and the Council’s own Statement of Licensing Policy. The premises is situated within a Cumulative Impact Zone (CIZ) as set out the Council’s policy. Where representations are received against an application in the CIZ zone, there is a rebuttable presumption under the CIZ policy to refuse the application unless the applicant can demonstrate that the granting of the licence will not add to existing problems in the area.

 

Where relevant representations are made, the authority must hold a hearing and then take such steps, as it considers necessary for the promotion of the licensing objectives. These steps may include rejecting the application, or modifying the conditions to the extent that the authority considers necessary for the promotion of the licensing objectives

 

Decision: Application Refused

 

Having heard all the representations, written and oral, the sub-committee have decided to refuse the application.

 

The premises is situated in a Cumulative Impact Zone. The council’s statement of licencing policy has been recently revised and updated in September 2021. In considering whether to adopt such a Policy for the area, the council took the following steps as recommended by the Guidance:

 

• Gathered crime and disorder statistics, ambulance service statistics and such other relevant statistics

• Identified serious concern from a responsible authority or from residents or local businesses (or their representatives) concerning nuisance and/or disorder;

• Identified the area in which problems are arising and the boundaries of that area.

 

The data gathered has resulted in Station Lane, Hornchurch, Romford, RM12 6NA and its environs to remain in the Cumulative Impact Zone. This was only revised as recently as September 2021. The council is aware of issues of crime and disorder and public nuisance around the premises. Therefore, it remains that there is a rebuttal presumption not to grant the application, unless the applicant can demonstrate that granting the application not have an adverse effect to the area. The applicant failed to rebut the presumption.

 

In arriving to a decision, the sub-committee were aware that the Police, as a representative authority, had not made any representations against the application and that the Secretary of States’ guidance states the Police should be the licensing authority’s main source of advice on matters relating to crime and disorder licensing.

 

The sub-committee were also aware that the Council’s Environmental Health Team withdrew representations after negotiating conditions with the applicant to promote the licensing objective of prevention of public nuisance and therefore, there were no representations against the application from the Council’s Environmental Health Team.

 

Further, the sub-committee accepted the applicant’s submissions that the councillors representations were largely generic statements that lacked evidence linking the issues raised directly to the premises. The sub-committee were also aware that there has been no history of complaints or associated issues from the premises.

 

However, the sub-committee’s reason for refusal was due to the applicant not being familiar with her existing licensing conditions and not adhering to the conditions. This became known when the Members questioned the applicant during the hearing. The applicant, by her own admissions, stated that she did not undertake staff training every 12 months in relation to the sales of alcohol and had not given refresher training on how to deal with persons who are incapacitated due to drink or drugs every twelve months. These conditions were imposed when the premises licence was originally granted and the sub-committee were alarmed when hearing the applicant’s response. Further, when questioned about keeping training records, the applicant could not confirm to the sub-committee that she had such records.

 

The applicant also believed that CCTV recordings need to be stored for a period of 28 days as opposed to the specified 31 days. Again, the importance of CCTV on a premises licence such is this in vital as it helps police promote the licensing objectives of prevention of crime and disorder and is a vital tool in policing. Moreover, the applicant’s response further demonstrated to the sub-committee that the applicant is not familiar with the conditions with her licence and does not appreciate the significance of the conditions. The applicant’s lack of understanding and implementation of existing licensing conditions undermines all four licensing objectives.

 

The sub-committee concluded that by allowing the variation, patrons, residents and the public would be at risk to crime and disorder, public nuisance and their safety would be at risk.  These concerns are amplified as the premises lies within a cumulative impact zone, a challenging area, and that the variation seeks to allow later drinking hours and closing hours that will add to the existing pressures in the area. The premises has already over 50 conditions imposed on the licence, which is demonstrative of the challenges the premises faces.

 

The sub-committee did consider imposing a condition requiring the applicant, as a DPS, to undertake licensing training with a reputable licensing training provider before the licence can be in effect. This consideration was part of the consideration as to what steps the members can take to promote the licensing objectives. However, the sub-committee could not depart from the fact that the applicant appeared not to be complying with her existing licencing conditions and therefore were not confident that the applicant would meet this, or any other condition.

 

For the reasons stated above, the applicant had failed to rebut the presumption against granting the variation and the application is refused.

 

Right of Appeal

 

Any party who has made a relevant representation may appeal to the Magistrates’ Court within 21 days of notification of the decision.

 

On appeal, the Magistrates’ Court may:

1.         Dismiss the appeal; or

2.         Substitute the decision for another decision which could have been

           made by the Sub Committee; or

3.         Remit the case to the Sub Committee to dispose of it in accordance with   

           the direction of the Court; and

4.         Make an order for costs as it sees fit.

 


27/07/2022 - Heath Drive SCH805 - pay and display / cashless parking bay amendment ref: 6468    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Environment

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 27/07/2022

Lead officer: Diane Bourne