ANNEXE 3 - CONDITIONS ATTACHED FOLLOWING A HEARING BY THE LICENSING AUTHORITY
1. Customers must not be permitted to take open containers of alcoholic or soft drinks from the premises.
2. Irresponsible drinks promotions must not be permitted, and the Standards for the Management of Responsible Drinks promotions including Happy Hours produced by the British Beer and Pub Association will be complied with.
3. All external doors and windows must 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.
4. Patrons must 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.
5. Bottle skips and bins containing cans or bottles must not be emptied outside after 10.00 pm, but will be dealt with the next day during normal office hours.
6. A senior member of staff (manager) must assess the impact of any noisy activities on neighbouring residential premises at the start of the activity/entertainment and periodically throughout the activity/entertainment.
7. Customers carrying open or sealed bottles or glasses must not be admitted to the premises at any time.
8. All bottles and glasses must be removed from public areas as soon as they are finished with or empty.
9. CCTV must be installed, maintained and operated to the satisfaction of the Chief Officer of Police and the Licensing Authority.
10. CCTV recordings must be maintained for an appropriate period of time (generally one month - but to be agreed with Police and Licensing Authority).
11. If the CCTV equipment is inoperative, the Police and Local Authority must be informed as soon as possible and immediate steps will be taken to put the equipment back into action.
12. A notice must be displayed at the entrance to the premises advising that CCTV is in operation.
13. The management at the premises must ensure that staff are aware of social and legal obligations and responsibilities regarding the sale of alcohol.
14. Proof of age required in respect of the sale and supply of alcohol must be in an acceptable form such as photo driving licence, passport or nationally approved document without which the sale/supply of alcohol must be refused.
15. The premises must retain and make available to patrons the contact details for local taxi companies in the event that such patrons have not made alternative arrangements.
16. The electrical system, including portable appliances must be inspected and tested annually by a competent person to ensure safety. A competent person will be a qualified electrician who is registered with the ECA or NICEIC.
17. The Gas System, including appliances, must be inspected and tested by a CORGI registered gas engineer annually and a satisfactory Gas Safety Certificate must be obtained.
18. The fire safety measures with which the premises are provided must be maintained in good working order, and their adequacy will be determined on a regular basis, by the carrying out of a fire risk assessment as required by, and in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
19. The premises must be subject to regular fire certificate inspection both in respect of the first floor and second floor.
20. All safety certificates and inspection reports must be kept on site and made available for inspection by officers or relevant statutory bodies.
21. The applicant must ensure that at all times there are adequate first aid arrangements. First Aid kits are to be situated in the kitchen and behind the bar. All staff are to receive suitable training as to what to do in an emergency and in general safety precautions.
22. In respect of noise, the management at the premises must seek to ensure that patrons leave the premises making minimal noise at closing time.
23. Children attending at the premises must only be permitted entry if accompanied and supervised by an adult and must leave the premises by 9 p.m.
24. The management at the premises must ensure that staff are aware of social and legal obligations and responsibilities regarding the sale and supply of alcohol to persons under 18.
25. Membership of the Local Licensees Association must be maintained and the licence holder or their representative must attend meetings and participate in all relevant initiatives.
26. CCTV for the roof terrace, first and second floor stairs must be installed, operated and maintained to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority.
27. A proof of age policy agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority must be enforced.
28. The Licence Holder or people authorised by them must check the premises prior to its opening to the public and periodically throughout the opening hours of the premises in order to ensure there are no risks to patrons and that all safety precautions are in place.
29. The Licence Holder must ensure that adequate external lighting is installed and maintained.
30. Where drinks are going to be consumed on the roof terrace they must be served in plastic or toughened glass.
31. Prominent, legible notices requesting people to respect the amenity of local residents must be displayed on the roof terrace.