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any apologies for absence.
Apologies were received from Ms M A G Davies (Local Resident) and Mr
Simon Bromley (North Wales Fire and Rescue Service)
DECLARATION OF PERSONAL INTEREST
any declaration of personal interest.
To note any
items that are a matter of urgency in the view of the Chairman for
Bonna Pizza, 23 Holyhead Rd, Bangor LL57 2EU
To consider the application
the application in accordance with the comments of the Police, and requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.
Bona Pizza, 23 Holyhead Road, Bangor
The Chair welcomed everyone to the meeting.
The Licensing Department's Report
The Licensing Manager highlighted that the Local Members had not presented any observations, however they were
eager to address the Sub-committee should all the parties be in agreement.
In response, the applicant's representative noted that they agreed
to an address from the Local Members, however they wanted
to note that a specific timetable had been set to present observations.
The Licensing Manager's report was submitted giving details of the application for a premises licence for a hot food
takeaway shop selling pizza, kebabs, burgers and chips; the application had been submitted in relation
to late night refreshment on and off site.
It was noted that
the Licensing Authority Officers had sufficient evidence that the application had been submitted in accordance
with the requirements of
the Licensing Act 2003 and
the relevant regulations. Reference was made to the measures recommended by the applicant to promote the licensing objectives, and it was highlighted that these measures
would be included on the licence.
Attention was drawn to the responses received during the consultation period. It was noted that objections had been received to the application from members of the public on the grounds of public nuisance, specifically the likely late-night noise from customers, as well as odour nuisance. It was also noted that a petition
had been received referring to concerns in relation to the Licensing Objectives of Preventing Public Nuisance and Public
Safety. It was highlighted that North Wales Police recommended that CCTV conditions should be included on the licence as well as ensuring that staff receive training in relation
to all aspects of the Licensing
Act. The Fire and Rescue
Service did not object to the application.
It was recommended
that the Committee should approve the application in accordance with Police observations and the requirements of the Licensing Act 2003.
In considering the application, the following procedure was followed:-
Members of the Sub-committee
were given an opportunity to ask questions of the Council’s representative.
At the Chair’s discretion, the applicant or his representative may ask questions to the Council’s representative.
The applicant and / or his representative were invited to expand on the application
and to call witnesses
Members of the sub-committee
were given the opportunity to ask questions of the applicant and / or his representative.
At the Chair's discretion, the Council’s representative may ask questions to the applicant or his representative.
Every Consultee was given an invitation
to support any written observations.
The Council’s representative and the applicant and / or his representative were given the opportunity to summarise their case.
In response to a question regarding the 'need' for the property to be open until 3:30am, the Licensing Manager noted that the Bangor Uchaf area was a late licensed ... view the full minutes text for item 4.