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 reject the premises
licence application that they have fulfilled their duty under the
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, Lincolnshire Police, Mr Byatt on behalf of the
applicant and the applicant himself. The sub-committee has
considered the representation received from the Chief Officer of
Lincolnshire Police. Sgt Enderby and PC McConville attended the hearing to represent the
It was confirmed to
the members of the sub-committee that the applicant has owned the
lease for the premises since 2017, and has run a fish and chip shop
from part of the premises for 2.5 years.
The sub-committee is
aware from the papers that a planning application had been
submitted in the name of Mr Abdulla, and planning permission
granted in February 2019 for the proposed premises the subject of
Mr Byatt confirmed how
it was the applicant’s original intention to allow his friend
(Mr Abdulla) to take on the premises, whilst he (the applicant)
continued to run the fish and chip shop. Initial enquiries with the police led to the
applicant subsequently submitting the application himself, with the
intention that he would also run the premises (if a licence were
granted) and the fish and ...
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