requested a review of the Premises Licence for Rose of Bengal,
67-69 West Street, Boston on the 19 February 2020. No representations in respect of the review were
received. The Licence holder is
Mr Jahir Uddin.
has heard from the Licensing & Land Charges Manager, Sgt
Enderby and PC McConville from
Lincolnshire Police and Mr Uddin.
Policy and Guidance:
In reaching its
decision the Sub-Committee has had due regard for all that they
have read and heard and has considered the statutory guidance
issued under section 182 of Licensing Act 2003 and Boston Borough
Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy.
Objectives: The Sub-Committee has found that the licensing objectives of
the public safety, prevention of crime and
disorder, prevention of public nuisance and the protection of
children from harm are relevant to this application.
Decision and Reasons:
has read and heard all of the information before them.
The Sub Committee
is aware of and has taken into account any implications that may
arise from the Human Rights Act 1998.
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 today, that they have had
due regard for the duty placed upon them by s.149.
heard from Sergeant Enderby and PC
McConville on behalf of Lincolnshire Police, and Mr Uddin the
premises licence holder.
advised the Sub-Committee that they had attended the premises at
1749hrs on 13th February 2020 during which time the premises was
open to members of public and members of the public were inside the
premises who were being served. There were 3 members of staff on
site which included 2 in the kitchen who were preparing food for
takeaways, and one person operating front of house. The 2 members
of staff in the kitchen were found to have no right to work due to
their immigration status, and were arrested for being in the
In addition to the
illegal workers the police noted there were issues with the CCTV
which was found to be recording for only 5 days not 31. In terms of
CCTV there were breaches of conditions B1 a, b, c, d and
The police also
advised that several other conditions on the licence were being
breached namely ;
right to work checks were found or produced for any employee as
required by condition B2 on the licence
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