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1145 London Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, SS9 3JE - Application for the Grant of a Premises Licence pdf icon PDF 102 KB


The sub-committee received a report of the Deputy Chief Executive (Place) concerning an application for the grant of a premises licence in respect of 1145 London Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.


Mr M Hines (applicant’s representative) and Mr R Tenlick (Designated Premises Supervisor) were in attendance.


The sub-committee noted that letters of objection had been received from the Licensing Authority, in its capacity as a responsible authority, Leigh Town Council and Essex Police.  Mr A. Penn (Licensing Authority), Mr D Colewell and Ms K Drain (Essex Police Licensing Unit) and Mrs H Symmons (Leigh Town Council) were in attendance. 


At the hearing the Sub-Committee noted that the objections from the responsible authorities and Leigh Town Council had subsequently been withdrawn following agreement with the applicant to the additional conditions proposed by Essex Police and the Licensing Authority.


On the basis of the evidence presented to it and that all parties have agreed additional conditions to be attached to the Licence, the sub-committee did not consider that the promotion of the licensing objectives would be undermined by the granting of this application.


The application is therefore granted subject to:        


(1) The Mandatory Conditions set out in Appendix 1 to the report of the Deputy Chief Executive (Place);

(2) The conditions drawn from the Operating Schedule set out in Appendix 2 to the report of the Deputy Chief Executive (Place);

(3) The conditions set out below agreed between the Licensing Authority, Essex Police, Leigh Town Council and the applicant:


  1. No alcohol may be supplied by an individual unless that individual has the written consent of the Designated Premises Supervisor or other employed Personal Licence Holder. 


A written record of this consent must be retained on the premises at all times when such an individual supplies or proposes to supply alcohol and be made available immediately upon reasonable request of the police or licensing authority.

  1. The premises shall have installed and maintain a closed circuit television surveillance (CCTV) system which at all times complies with the below requirements: 


  1. CCTV will be provided in the form a recordable system, capable of providing pictures of evidential quality in all lighting conditions particularly facial recognition;
  2. CCTV cameras shall cover all entrances and exits and the areas where alcohol sales take place;
  3. Equipment must be maintained in good working order, be correctly time and date stamped, recordings must be kept in good working order and kept for a minimum period of 31 days;

Upon the reasonable request of the police or licensing authority staff, within 48 hours viewable copies of recordings will be provided.

  1. Signs must be displayed at all entrances and exits advising customers that CCTV is operating at the premises and shall be clearly legible at all times when the premises conducts licensable activities.


  1. The premises shall display prominent signage indicating at any point of sale that it is an offence:

for a person under the age of 18 to buy or attempt to buy alcohol; or buy, or attempt to buy, alcohol for a person under  ...  view the full minutes text for item 130.


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