reasons for the Sub-Committee reaching this decision are as
is aware of and has taken into account any implications that may
arise from the Human Rights Act 1998.
The Sub-Committee in
reaching its decision has had due regard for its public sector
equality duty under section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 and
consider that in reaching their decision to grant
the premises licence
they have fulfilled their duty under the Equality Act
In reaching their
decision, the Sub-Committee has read all of the papers before them,
and heard from Fiona White, Licensing & Land Charges Manager
and Ms McNeill, on behalf of the applicant.
Sub-Committee is aware that in determining the application they
must be satisfied, on the balance of probabilities, whether or not
the licensing objectives will be promoted if the application were
sub-committee has noted that the applicant has agreed the
conditions proposed by Lincolnshire Police and for clarity these
are set out on pages 35 and 36 of the report.
sub-committee has also noted the request to amend the application
to remove the café area from the licence and the licence is
granted with that amendment. The
sub-committee has noted that the 2 remaining objections are
speculative and no evidence has been presented to the sub-committee
that there is a real possibility of a problem with crime &
disorder or public nuisance. In any
event the sub-committee is satisfied the conditions proposed by the
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