ANNEXE 2 - CONDITIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING SCHEDULE
Embedded Conditions Consistent with the Licensing Act 1964
1. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict on the licensed premises the sale or supply to, or consumption of alcohol by, any person residing on the premises.
2. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the sale of alcohol to a trader or club for the purposes of the trade or club.
3. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the ordering of alcohol to be consumed off the premises, or the despatch by the vendor of the alcohol so ordered.
4. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the taking of alcohol from the premises by a person residing there.
5. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises to any private friends of a person residing there who are bona fide entertained by them at their own expense, or the consumption of persons so supplied.
6. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the supply of alcohol for consumption on premises to persons employed there for the purposes of the businesses carried on by the holder of the licence, or the consumption of liquor so supplied, if the liquor is supplied at the expense of their employer or of the person carrying on or in charge of the business on the premises.
7. The permitted hours to sell alcohol on this licence do not prohibit or restrict the sale or supply of alcohol to any canteen or mess, being a canteen in which the sale or supply of alcohol is carried out under the authority of the Secretary of State or an authorised mess of members of Her Majesty’s naval, military or air forces.
8. The sale by retail/supply of alcohol will be confined to the area(s) as outlined in BLUE on the plan(s) accompanying this licence.
CONDITIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING SCHEDULE
1. There will be a 30 minute wind down period following the cessation of the supply of alcohol on the premises, on the expiry of which the premises will close.
2. Posters will be displayed inside the premises advising customers of anti drugs and underage drinking messages.
3. All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and made available for inspection by officers of relevant statutory bodies.
4. The emergency lighting with which the premises are provided shall be maintained in efficient working order and be in operation during the whole time that the public are in the premises.
5. All fire fighting equipment with which the premises are provided shall be maintained in efficient working order and inspected annually.
6. The Gas System, including appliances, will be inspected and tested by a CORGI registered gas engineer annually and a satisfactory Gas safety Certificate will be obtained.
7. The electrical system at the premises, including portable appliances will be inspected and tested annually by a competent person to ensure safety.
(The installation will have a full inspection at least every 3 years and be tested annually. A competent person will be a qualified electrician who is qualified to complete works as per the I.E.E. wiring Regulations 16th Edition or is registered with the ECA or NICEIC.)
8. Where temporary electrical equipment is used, a suitable circuit breaker device will be installed to cover this equipment. The circuit breaker will operate at a current not exceeding 30 mA and must comply with BS 4293. The device will be tested monthly and the tests will be recorded in a log kept for the purpose.
9. Temporary electrical wiring and distribution systems will not be installed unless inspected by a suitably qualified electrician. Temporary electrical wiring and distribution systems will comply with BS 7671 or, where applicable BS 7909.
10. Temporary electrical wiring and distribution systems, not installed by a suitably qualified electrician, will be inspected and certified by a qualified electrician before they are put to use.
11. The outside of the licensed premises will be illuminated to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority at all times that the premises are open for the use of 3the public.
12. All external doors and windows will be kept shut, other than for access and egress, in all rooms when events involving amplified music or speech or other entertainment are likely to give rise to noise.
13. The entrance lobby doors will be kept shut, other than for access and egress, shall be kept shut when events involving amplified music ort speech or other entertainment are likely to give rise to noise.
14. Patrons will be asked not to stand around talking in the street outside the premises or any car park and asked to leave the vicinity quickly and quietly
15. Unaccompanied children will not be allowed on the premises.
16. A full children’s menu will be available.
17. Soft drinks will be available at all times during licensing hours.
18. A separate no smoking area will be provided.
19. If after the expiry of six months from the second appointed date the Licensing Authority serves written notice on the licensee requiring that CCTV be provided it will be installed, maintained and operated to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of Police and Local Authority and conditions 20 to 22 also complied with.
20 CCTV recordings will be maintained for an appropriate period of time (generally one month - but to be agreed with Police and Licensing Authority)
21. If the CCTV equipment is inoperative, the Police and Local Authority will be informed as soon as possible and immediate steps will be taken to put the equipment back into action.
22. A notice will be displayed at the entrance to the premises advising that CCTV is in operation.
23. If after the expiry of six months from the second appointed date the Licensing Authority serves written notice on the licensee requiring that door supervisors be provided then condition 24 will be complied with.
24. Suitable door staff registered with the Security Industry Authority to be employed from 09.00 pm until 30 minutes after the end of the permitted hours on any day that live music or recorded music and any entertainment of a similar nature is planned to take place on the premises with event being open to the public and continuing after midnight. All door staff will:
) Be correctly registered with the Security Industry Authority.
) Display the correct name badge.
) Carry proof of registration.
) Be used at a ratio to be agreed by the Police and Local Authority which is currently 1:75.
) Will wear clothing that can be easily and clearly identifiable on CCTV - i.e will wear a reflective number between 1 and 99 (at least 100mm high) in a prominent position on the upper part of the body.