reasons for the Sub-Committee reaching this decision are as
has read and heard all of the information before them.
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
that they have fulfilled their duty under the Act.
In reaching their
decision, the Sub-Committee has read all of the papers before them,
and in addition heard from Fiona White, Licensing & Land
Charges Manager, Ms Eatock on behalf of
Mr Aslan and considered the representations received orally at the
hearing from the Police and Ms Church, Councillor Staples, Mr
Ogden, Mr Borrett and Councillor
heard that Mr Aslan is an experienced Premises Licence holder and
DPS, having run a similar premises in Wisbech for 3 years without issue.
heard how this will be Mr Aslan’s first business which he
will run alongside Ms Eatock; Mr Aslan
will have day-to-day control, with Ms Eatock overseeing.
Mr Aslan submitted the
application originally with the intention of meeting the needs of
people who work unsociable hours alongside the more routine needs
of the public. It was confirmed to the
sub-committee that the applicant intends for the premises to be a
supermarket type premises that also sells alcohol.
It was further
confirmed to the sub-committee that the applicant was happy to
agree to the suggested conditions put forward by Lincolnshire
Police, how they have a waste contract commencing on 1 September
2019, but how they also intend to litter pick the locality
themselves, along ...
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