White addressed the Sub-Committee to confirm that the applicant had
requested a delay in holding the hearing as she had been out of the
country. It was agreed by all parties that only the applicant was
prejudiced by the delay, and so all parties had agreed to the
delay. This is why the hearing was being held outside of the 20 day
reasons for the sub-committee reaching this decision are as
has read all of the information before them, and heard from Mrs
White (Licensing and Land Charges Manager), Sergeant Enderby on behalf of Lincolnshire Police, Mr
Dadds (on behalf of the applicant), and
Mrs Cagdas (the applicant).
heard that prior to the hearing, how there had been a considerable
amount of dialogue between the applicant, her representative and
had previously been presented with a set of proposed conditions,
and were then advised during the hearing that all parties had
agreed the conditions and some amendments to the application and
were quite content with the application now.
Mr Dadds addressed the Sub-Committee to confirm the
agreed conditions and the amendments that were to be made to the
He confirmed on
behalf of the applicant, that there had been a considerable amount
of engagement with the police, and the parties had agreed a way
forward. He explained that it was his opinion that had there been
some pre-application discussions between the parties, that he did
not believe that there would have been a need to hold a hearing,
but as it was the Licensing Authority’s discretion had been
triggered and a hearing held.
When called upon,
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