requested a review of the Premises Licence for Boston Supermarket,
8 George Street, Boston on 21 November 2019. No representations in respect of the review were
received. The Premises Licence
holder is Boston European Supermarket Limited and the Designated
Premises Supervisor is Aleksandra Citko-Plaga.
Policy and Guidance:
In reaching its
decision the sub-committee 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
prevention of crime and disorder, public safety 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.
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.
has heard from the Licensing & Land Charges Manager,
Lincolnshire Police and Miss Cartmell on behalf of the Premises
Licence Holder, and Mr Karim (as representative and sole director
of Boston European Supermarket Limited being the Premises Licence
In reaching their
decision the sub-committee has had due regard for all that they
have read and heard, along with the Licensing Act 2003, s.182
statutory guidance, the licensing objectives and Boston Borough
Council’s Licensing Policy.
has noted that at a previous review hearing in August 2019 in
respect of the Premises Licence two conditions were imposed
requiring as follows:
A maintenance contract will be entered into and at
all times be valid with a qualified electrician. This contract
should be made available to the police and licensing authority on
In so far as it complies with access requirements by
the utility company, the cupboard where the electricity supply is
kept will be locked and 2 keys supplied. One key will be retained
by the electrician named in the maintenance contract. The other key
to be retained by a named responsible person. The names of the key
holders to be made available to responsible authorities upon
has further noted that at the August review hearing how Miss
Cartmell and Mr Karim had sought to reassure the sub-committee that
the issues encountered at the premises were ...
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