Agenda and draft minutes

Licensing Sub-Committee - Friday, 6th December, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Eversley Room, Guildhall, Winchester

Contact: Claire Buchanan, Senior Democratic Services Officer  Tel: 01962 848 438 Email:  cbuchanan@winchester.gov.uk

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Variation to Premises Licence - Alresford Music Festival, Arlebury Park, Alresford pdf icon PDF 423 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

(Report LR529 refers)

 

            The Chairperson welcomed all those present to the meeting:

 

Representing the Applicant – (M3 Productions)

·         James Mitchell (Designated Premises Supervisor)  

 

            Responsible Authorities

·         Abigail Toms on behalf of Environmental Health, Winchester City Council

 

Interested Parties

·         Mr and Mrs Wragg

·         Jacquie and John Frampton

·         Gary Smith

·         Councillor Russell Gordon Smith (speaking on behalf of Councillor Margot Power).

 

The Licensing Officer introduced the report which set out the details of the application. In summary, she explained that the application was for a variation of a Premises Licence under Section 34 of the Licensing Act 2003 in relation to Alresford Music Festival, Arlebury Park, Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 9EA.

 

The Licensing Officer explained that the application was to permit the Festival to take place across a period of two days per calendar year, as opposed to one day per calendar year as permitted by the current Premises Licence. This application proposed licensable activities to be permitted on the second day in addition to the existing Licence.

 

The application proposed amplified Live Music both indoors and outdoors and the Supply of Alcohol (for consumption on and off the premises) to take place on the second day. The proposed licensable hours were as follows:

 

1.         The hours the premises may be used for regulated entertainment shall be as follows. The hours in italics/underlined are already permitted under the current Premises Licence.

 

Live Music (Indoors and Outdoors)

 

(i)         Saturday        1000 to 2345                                                                         (currently licensed for 1000 to 0000)

 

(ii)        Sunday          1100 to 2130

 

Recorded Music

 

                        (i)         Saturday        1000 to 0000                                                                                     (permitted under current licence)

 

 

2.         The hours the premises may be used for late night refreshment       shall be as follows. The hours in italics/underlined are already    permitted under the current Premises Licence.

 

                        (i)         Saturday        2300 to 2345

                                    (permitted under current licence)

 

3.         The hours the premises may be used for the sale of alcohol shall be:

 

(i)         Saturday        1100 to 2345

            (permitted under current licence)

 

(ii)        Sunday          1100 to 2200

 

4.         The hours the premises may open for other than Licensable             Activities shall be:

 

(i)         Saturday        1000 to 0000

 

(ii)        Sunday          1000 to 2230

 

 

Members were informed that full details of the current licence could be read on pages 47 to 55 of the officer’s report and that the application to vary the licence could be read on pages 23 to 34.

 

The Committee was advised that Hampshire Constabulary had made a representation against the application with regard to the prevention of crime and disorder and the protection of children from harm licensing objectives. During the consultation period, a number of conditions had been agreed between Hampshire Constabulary and the applicant, and the representation was subsequently withdrawn. Winchester City Council’s Environmental Health team had made a representation against this application with regard to the prevention of public nuisance licensing objective which could be seen at Appendix 2 of the officer’s report. Further, seven valid representations had been received from ‘Other Persons’, all  ...  view the full minutes text for item 1.

 

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