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BELLE VUE, BANGOR, LL57 2EU
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APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE – BELLE VUE, HOLYHEAD ROAD, BANGOR
On behalf of the premises: Mr Christopher Jere, Bethany Shooman
Local Member: Cllr June Marshall
Others in attendance: Mr Ian Williams (North Wales Police), Mrs Arfona Davies (Upper Bangor Association / Local Resident)
The report and recommendation of the Licensing Section.
a) Submitted – the report of the Licensing Manager providing details of Mr Christopher Jere's application for a premises licence for Belle Vue, Holyhead Road, Bangor. In accordance with the application form, the nature of the proposed variation was to extend the premises’ licensable area to include the outbuildings in the beer garden to operate as a bar, and that the alcohol supply hours in the beer garden were the same as that of the public house. In addition, it was proposed to reduce the opening hours of the establishment from 08:00 - 01:30 Monday to Sunday to 09:00 - 01:30 Monday to Sunday.
Reference was made to the fact that the applicant had included appropriate steps to promote the four licensing objectives as part of his application.
Following a consultation period, it was noted that observations from North Wales Police noted that they did not object to the application, but proposed that the CCTV installed on the premises was subject to specific CCTV conditions. One objection to the application was received from a local resident, where it was suggested that the applicant failed to display the notice in a prominent position on the premises, and on the grounds of the licensing objectives of Public Safety and Preventing Public Nuisance. It was added that a Licensing Enforcement Officer had visited the premises on 7 July 2015 to check that the notice had been displayed in accordance with the regulations. The Licensing Authority was satisfied that the notices complied with regulations.
b) In considering the application, the following procedure was followed:-
· Members of the Sub-committee and the applicant were given an opportunity to ask questions of the Licensing Manager.
· The applicant was invited to expand on the application.
· Consultees were given an opportunity to submit their observations.
· The licensee, or his representative, was invited to respond to the observations.
· Members of the Sub-committee were given an opportunity to ask questions of the licensee.
· Members of the Sub-committee were given an opportunity to ask questions of the consultees.
c) In response to the report the Licensing Manager was asked for the definition of a ‘beer garden’. It was noted that the beer garden was part of the premises and was within the boundary and had been included on the current licence, but that the application involved using the building in the garden to sell beer. In terms of the ... view the full minutes text for item 4.