Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Urban Road, Kirkby-in-Ashfield
Contact: Lynn Cain
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Hearing for Application for a new Premises Licence: Palms Bistro, 96-98 Victoria Road, Kirkby in Ashfield PDF 196 KB
The Chairman introduced himself
and asked the Committee Members, Officers and those parties present
to introduce themselves.
In attendance were Mr. Gary
Thrall and Mrs. Deanna Thrall (Applicants) and Interested Parties
Mr. Tim Barton, Mr. D. Toon and Mrs. D. Toon.
The Chairman explained the
procedure to be adopted throughout the duration of the
The Licensing Team Leader then
proceeded to outline the application for a Premises
The Chairman then invited the
Applicants, Mrs. Deanna Thrall and Mr. Gary Thrall to put forward
their case to the Sub Committee.
Following this and in accordance with adopted procedure, the
Interested Parties, the Sub Committee Members and the Legal Officer
were offered the opportunity to ask questions of the Applicants for
the purposes of lucidity and further explanation.
The Interested Parties,
represented by Mr. D. Toon, were then invited to put forward to the
Sub Committee the nature of their representations and concerns
regarding the application for a new Premises Licence. Following this and in accordance with adopted
procedure the Applicants, the Sub Committee Members and the Legal
Officer were offered the opportunity to ask questions of the
Interested Parties for the purposes of lucidity and further
Finally, the Chairman invited
the Applicants and the representative for the Interested Parties to
sum up their respective cases.
The Chairman and Members of the
Sub Committee then withdrew from the hearing in order to deliberate
upon the application and representations made in respect of
The hearing was adjourned at
The Chairman and the Sub
Committee Members subsequently returned to the room and the hearing
was reconvened at 10.49 a.m.
The Legal Officer delivered the
Sub Committee’s findings, the decision and the reasons as
The Sub Committee had taken
into account the evidence put before it at the hearing and also
taken into account the contents of the application and written
Findings of the Sub Committee
1. No representations were
received from any Relevant Authority;
2. No representations were
received from Nottinghamshire Police specifically in connection
with anti-social behaviour or crime & disorder in the area the
premises will be located;
3. No evidence was presented
of anti-social behaviour or crime & disorder connected to this
Premises and there was sufficient evidence to demonstrate the
licensing objectives would be upheld.
4. The Interested Parties
raised concerns as to noise issues they had experienced under the
current operation at the premises but the Sub Committee felt that
the impositions of conditions could address/alleviate such
5. The representations and
concerns raised by Interested Parties were acknowledged by the
Sub-Committee and the proposals from the Applicant should alleviate
the residents’ concerns.
that 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
A. The mandatory
conditions applicable under the Licensing Act 2003; and
B. The following
conditions as attached by the Licensing Sub-Committee as a result
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