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Disclosures of Interest
To receive any disclosures of interest from members in accordance with the Members’ Code of Conduct.
Councillor R.W. Sider, BEM declared that he had visited the site at 126 High Street, Staines on Saturday 8 August 2020 and had a sound knowledge of the area.
To consider an application for a Premises Licence at Co-Op, Unit 1, 126 High Street, Staines-upon-Thames, in the light of representations PDF 55 KB
The Report of the Deputy Chief Executive is attached.
A procedure note which explains what happens at a Licensing Sub-Committee, follows.
The Chairman introduced members and officers present and welcomed everyone to the meeting.
The Chairman asked the applicant and the other parties present to introduce themselves. He then explained the procedure to be followed at the hearing.
The Council’s Temporary Principal Licensing Officer summarised the application which was set out in full in the report of the Deputy Chief Executive.
The hearing continued in accordance with the procedure.
Having heard the evidence presented, the Sub-Committee retired to consider and determine the application, having regard to the licensing objectives on prevention of crime and disorder, prevention of public nuisance and protection of children form harm.
Upon reconvening, the Chairman gave the Sub-Committee’s summary decision.
The full decision with reasons was notified to the applicant and other parties within five working days of the hearing.
Resolved that the application by the Co-op Food Group Ltd for a Premises Licence at Unit 1, 126 High Street, Staines-upon-Thames be granted subject to conditions, as set out in full in the attached Decision Notice.