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Hearing for Application for a New Premises Licence. Lyngary's 30A Annesley Road, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire NG15 7AB PDF 7 MB
The Chair introduced himself
and asked the Committee Members, officers and those others present
to introduce themselves.
The Applicants for the New
Premises Licence, Mr Gary Ashworth and Ms Lynette Henry were in
attendance. Mr Moir Rawson, as an Interested Party in the
application, was also in attendance.
The Chair outlined the
application. He also explained the procedure to be adopted
throughout the duration of the hearing.
The Chair then invited the
applicants to put forward their case to the Sub-Committee. Mr
Ashworth and Ms Henry proceeded to do this.
In accordance with the adopted
procedure, the Interested Party, Sub-Committee Members and Legal
Officer were then given the opportunity to question the Applicants.
During the questioning, Mr Ashworth referred to a letter of support
for the application from the local Member of Parliament, Mr Mark
Spencer, which he asked the Sub-Committee to consider. As the
Interested Party had no objections to this the Sub-Committee agreed
to the request.
The Interested Party, Mr Moir
Rawson, was then invited to address the Sub-Committee, which he
did. Following on from this and in accordance with adopted
procedure, the Applicants, Sub Committee Members and Legal Officer
were given the opportunity to question him.
Finally, the Chair invited the
Applicants and Interested Parties to sum up their respective
The Chair and Sub-Committee
then withdrew from the hearing in order to deliberate on the
application and the representations made in respect of
The hearing was adjourned at
The Chair and Sub-Committee
returned to the room at 11.13 am.
The Legal Officer presented the
The decision of the Licensing Sub-Committee
(in exercise of its powers delegated by Ashfield District Council
as Licensing Authority) was to grant the application for a premises
licence subject to the following conditions:
The mandatory conditions, the conditions
requested by the Responsible Authority and accepted by the
restrictions on the use of the premises; and the conditions
consistent with the Operating Schedule save for the following
Live music to be played indoors only Wednesday
– Saturday 18.00 to 21.30hrs, Sunday 12.00 to 21.30
Facts and Reasons
The Sub-Committee decided
No representations were received from any Relevant Authority;
No representations were received from Nottinghamshire Police
specifically in connection with public nuisance or crime &
disorder in the area;
No evidence of public nuisance or crime & disorder connected to
reasoning behind its decision was based on being satisfied
The conditions proposed by the Responsible Authority and accepted
by the Applicant were appropriate for to the promotion of the
Having taken into consideration of all the objectors comments with
regards to public nuisance, especially noise, they were satisfied
that a reduction in the hours of live, acoustic/unamplified music
and the steps taken by the applicant to reduce noise with
improvements to the flowing will promote the licensing
Licensing Law is not the primary mechanism for the ...
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