ANNEXE 2 - CONDITIONS CONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING SCHEDULE
1. CCTV must be installed, operated and maintained to the satisfaction of the Licensing Authority.
2. CCTV recordings must be maintained for a period of 28 days or for a period of time to be agreed in writing by the Licensing Authority.
3. If the CCTV equipment is inoperative the Licensing Authority must be informed within 7 days and immediate steps to be taken to restore the equipment to full working order.
4. The Licence Holder must ensure that whenever the Designated Premises Supervisor is not at the premises, a responsible person will be nominated to manage the premises.
5. 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.
6. The ‘Challenge 21’ Scheme must be adopted at the premises. Any person attempting to purchase alcohol who appears to be under the age of 21 will be challenged for identification to prove that they are over the age of 18. The only acceptable forms of identification a photgraphic driving licence, passport or a government approved PASS card.
7. All staff must be trained in the ‘Challenge 21’ Scheme before commencing sales of alcohol.
8. Staff must be trained in their responsibilities before being allowed to make sales of alcohol. The training must be recorded and refresher training must take place at 3 monthly intervals. All training must be signed off by the Designated Premises Supervisor or Premises Licence Holder.
9. When they judge it safe to do so, staff must take reasonable efforts to deter people from congregating outside the premises.
10. The licensable activities authorised by this licence will be confined to the area(s) as outlined in RED on the plan deposited with and approved by the Licensing Authority.