Annex 1 - Mandatory Conditions
1. No supply of alcohol may be made under the premises licence : (a) At a time when there is no designated premises supervisor in respect of the premises licence; or (b) At a time when the designated premises supervisor does not hold a personal licence or his personal licence is suspended.
2. Every supply of alcohol under the premises licence must be made or authorised by a person who holds a personal licence.
Annex 2 - Conditions consistent with the Operating Schedule
3. There shall be no adult entertainment or services, activities or matters ancillary to the use of the premises that may give rise to concern in respect of children.
4. The premises shall only operate as a restaurant in which : customers shall be shown to their table; food shall be provided in the form of a substantial table meals prepared on the premises and consumed at the table using non-disposable crockery; alcohol shall not be sold or supplied otherwise than for consumption by persons who are seated in the premises and bona fide taking substantial tables meals there; & the consumption of alcohol by such persons shall be ancillary to taking such meals.
5. There shall always be a personal licence holder on the premises throughout the time the licensable activity is taking place.
6. Prominent, clear and legible notices shall be displayed at all public exits from the premises requesting customers respect the needs of local residents and leave the premises and area quietly. These notices shall be positioned at eye level and in a location where those leaving the premises can read them.
7. A digital CCTV system must be installed in the premises complying with the following criteria: (1) Cameras must be sited to observe the entrance and exit doors both inside and outside and floor areas; (2) Cameras on the entrances must capture full frame shots of the heads and shoulders of all people entering the premises i.e. capable of identification; (3) Cameras overlooking floor areas should be wide angled to give an overview of the premises; (4) Be capable of visually confirming the nature of the crime committed; (5) Provide a linked record of the date, time, and place of any image; (6) Provide good quality images - colour during opening times; (7) Operate under existing light levels within and outside the premises; (8) Have the recording device located in a secure area or locked cabinet; (9) Have a monitor to review images and recorded picture quality; (10) Be regularly maintained to ensure continuous quality of image capture and retention; (11) Have signage displayed in the customer area to advise that CCTV is in operation; (12) Digital images must be kept for 31 days; (13) Police or authorised local authority employees will have access to images at any reasonable time; (14) The equipment must have a suitable export method, e.g. CD/DVD writer so that the police can make an evidential copy of the data they require. This data should be in the native file format, to ensure that no image quality is lost when making the copy. If this format is non-standard (i.e. manufacturer proprietary) then the manufacturer should supply the replay software to ensure that the video on the CD can be replayed by the police on a standard computer. Copies must be made available to Police or authorised local authority employees on request.
8. At least three prominent, clear and legible notices shall be displayed warning of zero tolerance to drugs use.
9. Management and staff shall take responsibility for ensuring that all customers leave the premises in a quiet and orderly fashion.
10. Signs shall be prominently displayed on the exit doors and immediately outside the premises in the outside seating area advising customers that the premises is in a 'Designated Public Place Order' and that alcohol should not be should not be taken off the outside seating area and consumed in the street. These notices shall be positioned at eye level and in a location where those leaving the premises can read them.
11. All staff shall receive induction and refresher training (at least every three months) relating to the sale of alcohol and the times and conditions of the premises licence.
12. All training relating to the sale of alcohol and the times and conditions of the premises licence shall be documented and records kept at the premises. These records shall be made available to the Police and/or Local Authority upon request and shall be kept for at least one year.
13. A dispersal policy shall be prepared and agreed with the Head of Business Regulation at the Council, within 14 days of the grant of the licence. The policy shall be applied at all times.
14. The Local Authority or similar proof of age scheme shall be operated and relevant material shall be displayed at the premises. Only passport, photographic driving licences or ID with the P.A.S.S. logo (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) may be accepted.
15. A written record of refused sales shall be kept on the premises and completed when necessary. This record shall be made available to Police and/or the Local Authority upon request and shall be kept for at least one year from the date of the last entry.
Annex 3 - Conditions attached after a hearing by the Licensing Authority