ANNEXE 2 - CONDITIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING SCHEDULE
1. A minimum of 2 door Supervisors must be employed from 9:00 pm until 30 minutes after the end of permitted hours on any day when the premises is to be open after midnight.
2. Door supervisors must be used at a ratio of 1:75 or as may be agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority.
3. Door supervisors must be correctly registered with the SIA and must display the correct name badge and carry proof of registration.
4. All bottles, glasses and rubbish must be removed from the public areas as soon as they are finished with or empty.
5. An appropriate method agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority must be employed for checking the number of people entering and leaving the premises and ensuring that once the maximum occupancy as advised by Devon Fire and Rescue Service is reached, no further persons are admitted.
6. A proof of age policy agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority must be enforced.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. An incident book must be maintained within which full details of all occurrences of disorder and refused alcohol sales at the premises must be recorded. The incident book must be kept on the premises at all times and must be made available for inspection by officers of both the Licensing Authority and the police.
10. The electrical system at the premises, including portable appliances must be inspected and tested annually by a competent person and a satisfactory safety report obtained. A competent person will be a suitably qualified electrician who is registered with the ECA or NICEIC.
11. The Gas System, including appliances, will be inspected annually and tested by a CORGI registered gas engineer and a satisfactory Gas Safety Certificate must be obtained.
12. All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and made available for inspection by officers of relevant statutory bodies.
13. Bottle skips and bins containing cans or bottles must not be emptied outside after 10:00 pm and must be dealt with the next day during normal working hours.
14 A noise report detailing noise containment and materials to be used and a schedule of works to acoustically insulate both floors of the premises must be submitted to and approved in writing by an Environmental Health Officer for Pollution from East Devon District Council.
15. Sound proofing must be provided and maintained in accordance with the schedule of works approved under condition 14 above.
16. Noise limiting devices will be installed and maintained on both the ground floor and first floor to the satisfaction of an Environmental Health Officer for Pollution from East Devon District Council.
17. Prominent, legible notices requesting people to leave the premises and the area quietly must be displayed at all exists.
18. All alcohol must be kept behind a lockable screen or in locked storage when the premises are closed.
19. The licence holder must ensure that all staff receive appropriate training regarding emergency and general safety precautions and procedures.
20. No customers will be permitted to take containers of alcoholic or soft drinks into or out of the premises as delineated by the areas coloured pink on the premises plan.
19. CCTV must be installed, operated and maintained to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority and Chief Officer of Police.
20. CCTV recordings must be maintained for a period of 14 days or for a period of time to be agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority.
21. If the CCTV equipment is inoperative the Licensing Authority must be informed within two working days and immediate steps to be taken to restore the equipment to full working order.
22. A notice must be displayed at the entrance to the premises advising that CCTV is in operation.
23. The licence holder must ensure that all staff are aware of the social and legal obligations and their responsibilities regarding the sale of alcohol.
24. The licence holder, or persons authorised by them, must control the volume of regulated entertainment taking place at the premises.
25. The extent of the areas within which the various licensable activities will be permitted are as indicated by the legend on the plan submitted to and approved by the Licensing Authority.