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Proposed venue: Town Hall, Moorgate Street, Rotherham. S60 2TH

Contact: Debbie Pons, Principal Democratic Services Officer 

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9.

Club/Premises Certificate (Licensing Act 2003) - The Sportsman Inn, 55 Broad Street, Parkgate

Minutes:

Consideration was given to an application for a premises licence under the Licensing Act 2003, in respect of the premises known as the Sportsman Inn, 55 Broad Street, Parkgate, Rotherham.

 

The Licensing Authority received representations from the South Yorkshire Police and the Borough Council’s Enforcement Unit (as responsible authorities) and also from local Ward Councillors, which were not withdrawn. The Sub-Committee considered those representations. The applicant attended the meeting and presented the licence application and responded to the issues raised in the written representations considered by the Sub-Committee.

 

The Sub-Committee gave due consideration to the application for a premises licence and the submissions of the various parties at the hearing.

 

Resolved:-  (1) That the application for the grant of a premises licence in respect of the Sportsman Inn, 55 Broad Street, Parkgate, be approved, as follows:-

 

Licensable Activities:  Monday to Sunday from 10.00 hours to 00.00 Midnight

 

Opening Hours of the Premises: from 10.00 hours to 00.30 hours.

 

(2) That the following conditions be attached to the premises licence:-

 

(a)  Challenge 25 Scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records.

 

(b)  Staff to receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies and operating procedures.  Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection by the authorities on request.

 

(c)  A colour CCTV system, to a specification required by South Yorkshire Police and in accordance with current Home Office Guidelines, to be installed and utilised at the premises during trading hours, covering all the licensed areas, with a sufficient storage capacity to store a minimum of 28 days footage.

 

(d)  An Incident Book to be maintained and kept on the premises to record all incidents involving anti-social behaviour, injury and ejections from the premises.

 

(e)  The record/log shall be retained for a period of at least 12 months from the entry date and made available for inspection on demand by an Authorised Officer of the Council or a Police Constable.

 

(f)  A refusal log to be completed and kept at the premises at all times and to contain the following details as a minimum:-

 

Time, date and location of refusal

Reason for refusal

Each entry signed by the DPS or other responsible person employed at the premises and so authorised by the DPS

 

(g)  The record/log to be retained for a period of at least 12 months from the entry date and made available for inspection on demand by an Authorised Officer of the Council or a Police Constable.

 

(h)  No children should be allowed on the premise whilst conducting licensable activity.

 

(i)  No customers apparently carrying open bottles or vessels upon entry shall be admitted to the premises at any time the premises are open to the public.

 

(j)  No customers to be allowed to take from the premises open bottles or vessels.

 

(k)  No relevant entertainment (as defined by paragraph 2A of Schedule 3 to the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982) shall take place on the premise.  ...  view the full minutes text for item 9.