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Exclusion of Public
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There was no application for the exclusion of the public.
Licensing Sub Committee Hearing Procedure
The Chairman gave an overview of the Hearing Procedure.
To determine an application for a Premises Licence from Malton International Market Limited for 95 Commercial Street, Norton, Malton YO17 9HY
The Sub-Committee have had sight of:
The agenda and all appendices including the licensing officers report and the application and 2 representations from members of the public.
RESOLVED That the Licence be granted for the following activities:
The licence will be subject to the following conditions:
a) A digital Closed Circuit Television System (CCTV) will be installed and maintained in good working order and be correctly timed and date stamped.
b) The system will incorporate sufficient built in hard drive capacity to suit the number of cameras installed whilst complying with data protection legislation.
c) CCTV will be capable of providing pictures of evidential quality, particularly facial recognition.
d) Cameras will encompass all areas inside and outside the premises.
e) There will be a minimum of 31 days recording. The system will record at all times when licensable activities are occurring.
f) The system will incorporate a means of transferring images from hard drive to a format that can be played back on any desktop computer.
g) The digital recorder will be securely stored to prevent unauthorised access, tampering or deletion of images.
A member of staff will be available who is trained in
the use of the equipment and upon receipt of a request for footage
from a governing body, such as Police or any other responsible
authority, be able to produce the footage within a reasonable time,
e.g. 24hrs routine or immediately if urgently required for
investigation of serious crime. If through illness/holiday leave no
person is available, then CCTV will be produced within 48 hrs by
another member of staff who can attend the premises and obtain the
footage as requested.
2. The premises will keep and maintain an incident book/refusal book. This will be used to record all incidents of crime and disorder, anti-social behaviour and refusals that occur at the premises. The incident/refusal book will be solely used for this purpose, will be kept at the premises and will be made available for inspection by the Police or any other responsible authority.
3. Notices shall be displayed in a prominent position asking for customers to respect the needs of local residents when leaving the premises.
4. The premise licence holder will adopt a litter policy in the immediate vicinity and provide suitable receptacles fit for purpose. The litter receptacles must be emptied on a regular basis and whenever full.
5. A challenge 25 policy will be implemented at the premises with a minimum of three notices/posters in prominent positions inside the premises informing customers that a challenge 25 policy is in operation.
6. All staff will be trained with regard to the sale of alcohol. The training will include the laws relating to the sale of alcohol to under age persons, persons buying alcohol on behalf of persons under 18 (proxy sales) and persons who are drunk, ... view the full minutes text for item 5.
Any other business that the Chairman decides is urgent.
There was no other business.
The hearing closed at 16:05