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					                           CITY OF WESTMINSTER

                    LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE No.5

                          27 SEPTEMBER 2005 (EVE)

                          MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS


At a meeting of the Licensing Sub-Committee No. 5 held at 6pm on Tuesday
27 September 2005 in the Council Chamber, Council House, Marylebone
Road, NW1

Present:   Councillors:     Frixos Tombolis(Chairman)
                            Anne Mallinson
                            Nicholas Evans

1     Membership

There were no changes to the membership.

2 Declarations of Interest

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3     Licensing Applications

The Director of Legal and Administrative Services submitted reports in relation
to the following applications for determination by the Sub-Committee, copies
of which are included in the register in the custody of the Head of Cabinet,
Committee and Scrutiny Secretariat.

3.1 Gem (formerly Long Island Ice Tea), I Upper St. Martin’s Lane WC2

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
7 variations, as set out in the report.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the application.

In Attendance

Applicants: Mr. Craig Baylis, representative
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health Service; Sgt
Andy Joins, Metropolitan Police Service

The Application/ Responsible Authorities

Mr. Craig Baylis, representative, outlined the application, stating, in
clarification of the terminal hour, that the Sub-Committee should ignore the
Covent Garden Community Association representations as there was no
intention to extend hours to 4.30am. This was the original intention of the
Spirit Group but A3D2 Ltd, the new applicants, only wished in effect to bring
the hours in line with the Public Entertainment Licence.

Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health, and Sgt. Andy Joins, Metropolitan
Police Service, confirmed that they maintained their representations to
variations 1, 2, 3 and 7. On variation 4, they were content that the amendment
tabled – set out in the decision below - addressed their concerns

The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:


   1       To extend the terminal hour for the sale of alcohol on Sundays from
           22.30 to 00.30 be refused for the reasons set out in paragraphs 1A
           to 1D of the report
   2       To permit regulated entertainment comprising of live music, facilities
           for making music and facilities for dancing on Sundays from 12.00
           to 00.30 be refused for the reasons set out in paragraphs 1A to 1D
           of the report
   3       To permit late night refreshment on Sundays from 22.30 to 00.30 be
           refused for the reasons set out in paragraphs 1A to 1D of the report
   4       On no more than 15 occasions per calendar year, to extend the
           terminal hour for the sale of alcohol, regulated entertainment and
           late night refreshment on Sundays to 03.00 for the purposes of
           private pre-paid functions to which the public shall not be admitted
           following 10 working days’ notice to the Police, and subject to their
           consent. Premises to close at 04.00 be granted subject to the
           following amendment being attached to the new premises licence in
           substitution for the above:
               “On no more than 12 occasions per calendar year, to extend the
   terminal hour for the supply of alcohol, regulated entertainment and late
   night refreshment on Sundays to 03.00 hours for the purposes of private
   pre-paid functions to which the public shall not be admitted and following
   10 working days’ notice to the Police and Licensing Authority. The Police
   have the power to veto any such application.”
   For the following reasons:
   (a) that the new operators of the premises are restricting the entertainment
       to private functions, that the applicants have previously held with the
       benefit of Special Orders of Exemption (SOEs) from the police
   (b) Association of Chief Police officers recommend 12 occasions to
       replace SOEs
   (c) Premises have the provision to apply for Temporary Event Notices
   .
   5       To remove the restriction placed on the licence by virtue of section
           166 Licensing Act 1964 so as to allow credit sales. Condition 19 on
           the draft premises licence ( See Appendix A) be granted subject to
           the following rider:
             “This condition does not prevent payment being made by credit
             card or debit card provided the customer is presented with an
             itemised bill showing the details of all alcoholic drinks purchased.”
      6      To remove the restriction placed on the licence by virtue of sections
             168 and 171 Licensing Act 1964 so as to remove the restrictions in
             relation to children under 14 being permitted in the bar area.
             Condition 20 on the draft premises licence (See Appendix A) be
             granted subject to children under 16 being accompanied by adults,
             being off the premises by 21.00, or by 21.30 if taking a table meal
      7      To remove the restriction placed on the licence by virtue of section
             77 Licensing Act 1964 in relation to the ancillary nature of alcohol in
             respect of music and dancing and/or food. Condition 17(e) on the
             draft premises licence (See Appendix A) be refused for the reason
             set out in paragraphs 7A of the report

3.2       The Constitution PH, 91 Bell Street NW1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
5 variations, as set out in the report.

Mr Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the application, noting
that, although the applicant had been notified, neither the applicant nor or a
representative was present. The Sub-Committee decided to0 determine the
application in the absence of the applicant. .

In Attendance

Responsible Authorities: Ms Lyndsey Hayward, Environmental Health
Service; Sgt. Andy Joins, Metropolitan Police Service

The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:

      1      to extend hours for the sale of alcohol from Monday to Saturday
             from 23.00 to 01.00 and on Sunday from 22.30 to 00.00 and to
             extend the commencement hour on Sunday from 12.00 to 11.00 be
             refused for the reasons set out in paragraphs 1A to 1D of the report
      2      to permit regulated entertainment throughout the opening hours
             comprising of:
             (a) live acoustic/amplified music, amplified voice, karaoke on
                 Sunday to Thursday from 08.00 to 23.00 and Friday to Saturday
                 from 08.00 to 00.00 be refused except for the provision of
                 limited regulated entertainment in line with the current
                 provisions of section 182 Licensing Act 1964 (“two in a bar”) as
                 per current permitted hours for the reasons set out in
                 paragraphs 2A to 2C of the report
          (b) recorded music, including juke box, facilities for music on
              Monday to Saturday from 08.00 till 01.00 and Sunday from
              08.00 till 00.00 be granted for background recorded music only
              for the reasons set out in paragraphs 2A and 2B of the report
          (c) as set out in report - non-licensable activities
          (d) facilities for dancing on Monday to Saturday from 08.00 to
              01.00 and Sunday from 08.00 to 00.00 be refused for the
              reasons set out in paragraphs 2A to 2C of the report

   3      to permit regulated entertainment comprising of the exhibition of
         films (video entertainment on TV screens and amusement
         machines) from Monday to Saturday from 08.00 to 01.00 and on
         Sunday from 08.00 to 00.00 be refused for the reasons set out in
         paragraphs 3A to 3C of the report
   4     (a) to remove all embedded restrictions inherent in the Licensing
         Act 1964, the Cinematograph (Safety) Regulations 1955 and the
         Children and Young Persons Acts be refused for the reason set
         out in paragraph 4A (a) of the report except that the restriction on
         credit sales is granted subject to the following rider:
         “This condition does not prevent payment being made by credit or
         debit card, provided the customer is presented with an itemised bill
         showing the details of all alcoholic drinks purchased.”
         (b) to remain open for 30 minutes after the end of permitted hours
             for the supply of alcohol, as a wind down period be refused, the
             current permitted hours to remain at 20 minutes for this purpose
         (c) to remove the restrictions and effects of sections 168 and 171
             Licensing Act 1964 so as to allow the provisions under the
             Licensing Act 2003 to apply in relation to children be refused for
             the reasons set out in paragraphs 4A to 4C of the report
   5     Extension of hours for event days with 5 working days’ notice to the
         Police be refused for the reasons set out in paragraphs 5A and 5B
         of the report

3.3 St. Stephen’s Constitutional Club, 34 Queen Anne’s Gate SW1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
4 variations, as set out in the report.

Mr Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the application.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr. Tom O’Maoileoin, representative; and Mr. Wilson, licensee
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health Service; Sgt.
Andy Joins, Metropolitan Police Service
Objectors: Mr. Alan Piper, on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Parker; Ms Eva Powell,
on behalf of herself and Mrs. Chapman

The Application
Mr. Tom O’Maolieoin, representative, outlined the application, noting there
had been no complaints about the premises. The applicant wanted to operate
as he currently did. The Club had previously applied for later hours on 30 or
40 occasions under the former legislation. These were mainly for weddings
and private members’ events. The earlier hours applied for were for
champagne breakfasts.

Responsible Authorities

Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health, explained that they had agreed
amendments on each variation which would address Environmental Health’s
objections:
On variation 1, a condition that the supply of alcohol will be ancillary to food
between 07.00 and 10.00; and that between 23.00 and 01.00, the supply of
alcohol will only be a pre-booked private events. This was because the
premises were a private members’ club with strict membership rules
On variation 2, that between 23.00 and 01.00 late night refreshment will only
be provided at pre-booked private events, as, similarly, the premises were a
private members’ club with strict membership rules
On variation 3, no regulated entertainment should take place at the premises
with the exception of pre-booked private events limited to the provision of
music, dancing and entertainment of a like kind for pre- invited guests as the
list of regulated entertainment applied for was now limited to that in the
proposed condition and limited to private events

Objectors

Mr. Alan Piper, on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Parker, objected on the grounds of
public nuisance. The application did not distinguish indoors from outdoors
and did not specify how often the activities would take place. There was no
objection to activities for members and guests but the problem was with
functions There appeared to be no limit on the number of functions and no
restriction on times. He did not object to 11pm on weekdays and 12 Midnight
at weekends.

In discussion, the applicant withdrew all parts of the application relating to
music and dancing. After further discussion about numbers of parties, the
applicant withdrew variation 4 relating to late night refreshment and offered to
restrict the number of events to 45 in a year but Mr. Piper was still unhappy
about the later terminal hour so many times a year.

Mrs. Powell had lived near the Club a long time and did not wish to be
disturbed by customers leaving at 01.00. Her bedroom overlooked the
outdoor area which was used in the summer so noise from that was felt at her
address. In further discussion, Mr. Wilson deleted the application for an
extension to 01.00 as about 32 of the 45 events would only be till Midnight.

In discussion between Mr. O’Maoleoin and Environmental Health, it appeared
that the Club was not a private members club but a proprietary club.
.
The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:

   1.     To extend the commencement hours for the sale of alcohol on
          Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 07.00, and the terminal hour
          from 23.00 to 01.00. and to extend the commencement hour on
          Sunday from 12.00 to 07.00 and the terminal hour from 22.30 to
          01.00 be granted until 01.00 Monday to Saturday and 01.00 on
          Sundays subject to the following conditions:
          (a) The supply of alcohol will be ancillary to food between 07.00
              and 10.00
          (b) Between 23.00 and 01.00 the supply of alcohol will only be at
              pre-booked private events
          (c) the number of events shall be limited to 45 a year instead of
              those which could be applied for under the TENs procedure.
   2.     to extend the hours of late night refreshment (primarily at private
          functions) both on and off the premises on Monday to Saturday
          from 23.30 to 01.00, and on Sunday from 23.00 to 01.00 be
          granted subject to such refreshment being indoors only
   3.     To permit the following regulated entertainment (occasionally at
          private functions) on Monday to Sunday from 07:00 to 01:00
          - Plays both indoor and outdoor
          - Films both indoor and outdoor
          - Indoor sporting events
          - Live music both indoor and outdoor
          - Recorded music both indoor and outdoor
          - Performance of dance both indoor and outdoor
          - Provision of facilities for making music both indoor and outdoor
          - Provision of facilities for dancing both indoor and outdoor
              be granted in part for recorded music and music by two live
              performers. All other applications were withdrawn by the
              applicant.
   4.     as set out in the report - withdrawn

3.4 Oriental Club, 11 Stratford Street W1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
5 variations, as set out in the report.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the application.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr. Tom O’Maoileoin, representative
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health Service

The Application
Mr. Tom O’Maoileoin, representative, outlined the application, noting that
there was one substantial objection – from Environmental Health – which
would be withdrawn if 2 conditions were imposed; alcohol to be ancillary to
food between 07.00 and 10.00; and no regulated entertainment to be provided
except for club members and pre-booked guests

Responsible Authorities

Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health, confirmed that the suggested
conditions would address her objections to variations 1 and 2.


The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:

1     to extend the commencement hour for the sale of alcohol Monday to
      Saturday from 10.00 to 07.00 and on Sunday from 12.00 to 07.00 and
      to extend the terminal hour Monday to Saturday from 23.00 to 01.00
      and on Sunday from 22.30 to 01.00 be granted subject to alcohol
      being ancillary to food between 07.00 and 10.00
2     to permit the following regulated entertainment occasionally at private
      functions: (a) plays (b) films (c) live music (d) recorded music (e)
      performance of dance (f) provision of facilities for making music (g)
      provision of facilities for dancing be granted subject to no regulated
      entertainment being provided except for club members and their pre-
      booked guests.
3     To provide indoor sporting events at private competitions between
      members and other clubs be granted for the reason set out in
      paragraph 3A of the report
4     To provide the above regulated entertainment in variations 2 and 3
      above from 07.00 to 01.00 Monday to Sunday be granted for the
      reason set out in paragraph 4A of the report
5     As set out in the report – superfluous as the Club has this already.

3.5   Fullers Ale Lodge, 11 Avery Row W1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
3 variations, as set out in the report.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr. Neil Beckingham, Area Manager, Fullers, Smith & Turner plc
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the report.
The Application

Mr Neil Beckingham outlined the application, withdrawing the Sunday aspects
of variation 1. On variation 2, the applicant was willing to offer the usual credit
card rider and the usual condition about children being off the premises by
9.30pm

   Responsible Authorities

   Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health, confirmed that the amendments
   offered by the applicant addressed her concerns.

   The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:

   1 to extend the terminal hour for the sale of alcohol from 23.00 to 00.00
     Monday to Saturday. To extend the commencement hour from 12.00
     to 10.00 and the terminal hour from 22.30 to 00.00 on Sundays be
     granted with the exception of extending the opening time on Sunday
     and the terminal hour from 22.30 to 00.00 on Sundays both of which
     were withdrawn
   2 to remove any restrictions that are placed on the Licence by virtue of
     Schedule 8 paragraph 6(8) of the Licensing Act 2003 be granted
     subject to (a) the following rider to condition 6:
     “This condition does not prevent payment being made by credit card or
     debit card, provided the customer is presented with an itemised bill
     showing the details of all alcoholic drinks purchased.”
      and (b) to condition 5 including a condition that children under16 being
     accompanied by adults, be off the premises by 21.00, or by 21.30 if
     taking a table meal
   3 to amend the restrictions on consumption of alcohol as set out in
     section 63(1) licensing Act 1964 to allow 30 minutes be granted, no
     representations having been raised to this part of the application.

3.6 The Saville Club, 69 Brook Street W1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
4 variations, as set out in the report.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr. Tom O’Maileoin, representative
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health; Sgt. Andy
Joins, Metropolitan Police Service.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the report.
The Application

Mr Tom O’Maileoin, representative, outlined the application, tabling 2
amendment as follows: (a) on variation 1, that the supply of alcohol will be
ancillary to food between 07.00 to 10.00 and (b) on variation 2, that no
regulated entertainment shall take place at the premises with the exception of
pre-booked private events limited to the provision of music, dancing and
entertainment of a like kind for pre-invited guests.

Responsible Authorities

Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health, confirmed that the suggested
amendments would address their concerns. It was also understood that the
applicants were no longer applying for indoor sporting events under variation
2. Environmental Health were content with the application for drinking up time.

The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:

1     to extend the terminal hour for the sale of alcohol on Monday to
      Saturday from 23.00 to 01.00, and to extend the commencement hour
      on Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 07.00, and to extend the terminal
      hour on Sunday from 22.30 to 01.00, and to extend the
      commencement hour on Sunday from 12.00 to 07.00 be granted
      subject to a condition being attached to the new Club Premises
      Certificate that the supply of alcohol is ancillary to food between 07.00
      and 10.00
2     to extend the terminal hour for recorded music on Monday to Saturday
      from 23.00 to 01.00, and to extend the commencement hour on
      Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 07.00, and to extend the terminal
      hour on Sunday from 22.30 to 01.00, and to extend the
      commencement hour from 12.00 to 07.00, and to permit the provision
      of the following regulated entertainment in the form of plays, films,
      indoor sporting events (competitions between club members and other
      clubs), live music, performance of dance, provision of facilities for
      making music, provision of facilities for dancing on Monday to Sunday
      from 07.00 to 01.00 be granted subject to no regulated entertainment
      taking place at the premises with exception of pre-booked private
      events limited to the provision of music, dancing and entertainment of a
      like kind for pre-invited guests.
3     To extend the terminal hour for the provision of late night refreshment
      on Monday to Saturday from 23.30 to 01.00 and to permit late night
      refreshment on Sunday from 22.50 to 01.00 be granted, no
      representations having been received.
4     To permit the supply of alcohol 24 hours a day to residents and their
      guests be granted, no representations having been received and this
      being currently permitted under the Club hours (condition 4).
3.7 Gala Golden Horseshoe Casino, 79-81 Queensway W2

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
5 variations, as set out in the report.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr. Ewan McGregor, representative; Mr. James Firth, Designated
Premises Supervisor
Responsible Authorities: Ms Miriam Flynn, Environmental Health; Insp.
Duncan Slade, Metropolitan Police Service
Objectors: Mr. John Zamit, SEBRA; Ms Olga de Corral and Mr. David James

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the report.

The Application/Objectors/Responsible Authorities

Mr. Ewan McGregor, representative, outlined the application. The premises
were similar to other casinos which had been granted by the Council.
Environmental Health had made representations about variation 4 about the
occupancy numbers. However, the London Fire and Emergency Planning
Authority had recently assessed the premises and were satisfied with
maximum numbers of 570. The applicants had no intention to increase the
capacity of the premises.

There were several objections but there was no intention of changing the
nature of the premises. The applicant was willing to assure objectors that the
sale of intoxicating liquor would be ancillary to gaming or refreshment. Sales
of liquor in fact only amounted to about 1.2% of total turnover at the premises.
The premises were not associated with crime and disorder and there had
been no representations from the Police. Sale of liquor was tightly controlled.
In addition, security was carefully controlled with photo identification being
required and CCTV being used outside to guard against possible
troublemakers. As with other casinos, the Gaming Licence contained a large
number of undertakings

In response to questions by objectors, Mr. McGregor explained that with the
new rules about casino membership, admission as members would be
quicker but it would still require positive identification and the usual utility bill
to establish bona fide address. As to car parking, this was one of 13
undertakings attached to the Gaming Licence. Mr. Zamit highlighted the area
as highly residential and warned of possible extra flows of people entering
and leaving when residents were trying to sleep.

The Decision

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the applications for variations be determined as follows:
      1      to extend the terminal hour for the sale of alcohol on Monday to
             Friday from 02.00 to 06.00, on Saturday from 02.00 to 04.00, and
             on Sunday from 00.30 to 06.00 be granted until 4am Monday to
             Sunday subject to sales of alcohol being ancillary to gaming and
             refreshment
      2      to permit the provision of regulated entertainment ( films, video
             recordings, live music, performances of dance and anything of a
             similar description) on Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 06.00,
             Saturday from 10.00 to 04.00 and on Sunday 12.00 to 06.00 be
             granted in part until 4am Monday to Sunday.
      3      to extend the terminal hour for the provision of late night
             refreshment on Monday to Saturday from 02.30 to 05.00 and on
             Sunday from 01.00 to 05.00 be granted
      4      to remove conditions from the Justices Licence
                 (i) maximum occupancy 450 inclusive of staff, and may from
                      time to time be altered by the Fire Authority be granted as
                      the premises had been re-assessed by the Fire Authority and
                      a new accommodation figure reached so the current Justices
                      condition should be amended to read “maximum occupancy
                      570 inclusive of staff, and may from time to time be altered
                      by the Fire Authority”
                 (ii)     s.183 LA 1964 Direction Given – not relevant

      5      to remove the following embedded restrictions imposed by the
             Licensing Act 1964:
             (a) removal of permitted hours as set out in s. 59,60 and 76 (except
                  for the permitted hours on New Year’s Eve) be granted
             (b) removal of the restriction on the consumption of alcohol set out
                  in s.63(1) to replace existing drinking up time with an additional
                  30 minutes on Sunday to Friday and one hour on Saturday be
                  refused for the reason set out in paragraph 5A of the report
             (c) removal of the restriction on credit card sales be granted
                 subject to the following rider to condition 7:
          “This condition does not prevent payment being made by credit card,
          provided the customer is presented with an itemised bill showing the
          details of all alcoholic drinks purchased.”

3.8       Sri Thai Soho, 16 Old Compton Street W1

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
3 variations, as set out in the report.

In Attendance

Applicant: Mr.Chee Chean Lio, Area Manager
Responsible Authorities: Ms Lyndsey Hayward, Environmental Health.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the report

Responsible Authorities
Ms Lyndsey Hayward, Environmental Health, confirmed that she maintained
her representations to variations 1 and 3; on variation 2, she had no
representations but pointed out that no inspection had been made of the
premises.

The Decision
    1. to extend the terminal hour for the sale and supply of alcohol on
       Monday to Saturday from 00.00 to 01.00 be refused for the reasons
       set out in paragraphs 1A to 1C of the report
    2. to permit regulated entertainment consisting of live music (3 piece
       band or quartet), performance of dance and provision of facilities for
       dancing on Monday to Saturday from 18.00 to 00.00 and on Sunday
       from 18.00 to 22.00 be granted subject to the following condition: “
       the applicants will contact Environmental Health for them to ensure
       the premises meet adequate technical standards, the licence not to
       come into effect until Environmental Health has confirmed this is the
       case”
    3. to extend the terminal hour for late night refreshment on Monday to
       Saturday from 00.30 to 01.00 be refused for the reasons set out in
       paragraph 3A of the report

3.9 Richmond Arms PH, 1 Orchardson Street NW8

Application for conversion of the existing licences to a Premises Licence and
5 variations, as set out in the report.

In Attendance

Applicant: Ms Stewart, representative
Responsible Authorities: Ms Lyndsey Hayward, Environmental Health.

Mr. Chris Wroe, Licensing Process Manager, introduced the report

The Application

Ms Stewart, representative, outlined the application, stating that the applicant
wished to make some changes to the variations: on variation 2, live
entertainment would end at 23.30 and performances would be limited to 2
performers. The applicants accepted the usual condition about children; and
on variation 5, this would be withdrawn as they would be using the TENs
procedure

Responsible Authorities

Ms Sharon White, Environmental Health, maintained her representations on
variation but would not object to core hours being granted.

The Decision
       1. to extend the terminal hour for the sale of alcohol on Monday to
          Thursday from 23.00 to 00.00, Friday to Saturday from 23.00 to 00.30
          and on Sunday from 22.30 to 00.00 and to extend the
          commencement hour on Sunday from 12.00 to 10.00 be granted for
          core hours only
       2. to permit regulated entertainment comprising of films, live music (use
          when required or by customers booking an event), indoor sporting
          events (darts, pool and dominoes and any similar for use as and
          when required by customers during opening hours and special events
          booked by customers), recorded music (karaoke with or without DJ,
          jukebox during normal business or as part of any functions and
          including audience participation for use as and when required by
          customers during opening hours and special events booked by
          customers) and anything of a similar description (compere
          quizzes/comedians and similar events using voice amplification on
          Sunday to Thursday 10.00 to 00.00 and from Friday to Saturday
          10.00 to 00.30 be granted for core hours only (including drinking up
          time), for 2 performers only and with live music ending at 23.30 daily.
       3. To allow a cooling off period of 30 minutes at the end of the
          licensable activities before the premises have to close be refused as
          drinking up time is already included in the decision on variation 2
          above
       4. To remove all embedded restrictions inherent in the Licensing Act
          1964 and Cinematograph            (Safety) Regulations 1955.
          Conditions 5-7 on the draft premises licence be granted subject to
          including a condition that children under16 being accompanied by
          adults, be off the premises by 21.00, or by 21.30 if taking a table
          meal; and on the Cinematograph (Safety) Regulations, this was not
          relevant
       5. As set out in the report - withdrawn


APPLICATIONS WHERE SUB-COMMITTEE REQUIRED TO MAKE
DECISION BASED ON THE PAPERS WITHOUT A FORMAL HEARING


3.10 Riley’s (Snooker Club & American Pool Bar), 16 Semley Place
   SW1

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the variations be granted subject to the conditions detailed on
the draft premises licence, as set out in the report.

3.11    BP Fountain Garage, 83 Park Lane W1

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the variations be granted subject to the conditions detailed on
the draft premises licence, as set out in the report
3.12 Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (Ground Floor),
   27 Sussex Place NW4

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the variations be granted subject to the conditions detailed on
the draft premises licence, as set out in the report

3.13     The Globe PH, 47 Lisson Grove NW1

Resolved: That the application for conversion be granted
Resolved: That the variations be granted subject to the conditions detailed on
the draft premises licence, as set out in the report

4      Close of Meeting

The meeting closed at 8.05pm




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