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Licensing Act 2003

Application Register

Late Night Store
Application Number197327
Address690-692 Christchurch Road
Bournemouth
BH7 6BY
Supply of Alcohol
Monday - 07:00 to 03:00
Tuesday - 07:00 to 03:00
Wednesday - 07:00 to 03:00
Thursday - 07:00 to 03:00
Friday - 07:00 to 03:00
Saturday - 07:00 to 03:00
Sunday - 07:00 to 03:00
Alcohol will be consumed off the premises.

Adult Entertainment
Please highlight any adult entertainment or services, activities, other entertainment or matters ancillary to the use of the club premises that may give rise to concern in respect of children.. None.
Notes
General
General - all four licensing objectives.. 1: CCTV 1.1 The premise shall operate an effective CCTV system that will be maintained in good working order to the satisfaction of Dorset Police. The CCTV system shall cover all areas of the store including the entrance, point of sale and main alcohol displays. 1.2 Signage warning customers of The CCTV system shall be prominently displayed on the premises. The system will record whenever the premises is open for licensable activities. 1.3 The CCTV system shall be capable of obtaining clear facial recognition images and a clear head and shoulders image of every person entering the premises and at the point of sale. 1.4 The location of cameras will be recorded on the plan attached to the licence. If any additional cameras are requested/advised by the police, they will be fitted within a reasonable time. 1.5 The recording medium (e.g. discs / tapes / hard drive etc.) and associated images are to be retained and securely stored for a minimum period of 31 days and are to be made available to the Police Constable / Authorised Officer of the Licensing Authority upon request within a reasonable time. 1.6 The Premises Licence Holder or Designated Premises Supervisor will provide the Police with the contact details of at least two members of staff (if any or other person(s) who are trained and familiar with the operation of the equipment so that they are able to provide copies of recorded data upon request and with the absolute minimum delay from the time of the request. 1.7 A full internal weekly check of the CCTV system will be made on a log sheet to ensure that the CCTV system is in good working order and recordings date and time stamped. 1.8 The Premises Licence holder / Designated Premises Supervisor must ensure that steps are taken to rectify any fault in the CCTV system immediately and a log of these steps are made available for inspection to a Police Constable or an authorised officer from the Licensing Authority.
The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
Prevention of Crime & Disorder.. As above plus 2.1 Roller shutters have been installed at the front of the premises and security Bars will cover the outside of all external rear windows at the rear. 2.2 All persons making deliveries of alcohol from the premises shall be instructed to report to the holder of the licence or the DPS any and all occasions when a delivery is refused and the reason for that refusal and a record of all such refusals shall be maintained at the premises. The record shall be checked by the DPS or the manager(ess) in charge of the premises at least once a week and shall be signed to that effect. 2.3 (i) No single cans of beer, lager or cider with an ABV of 5.5% or above will be sold from the premise. (ii)Signage notifying customers of this will be displayed at the entrance to the premises. 2.4 The names and contact details of all persons who has been authorised to sell alcohol whether paid or unpaid shall be maintained and kept on the premises and will be produced to a Police Constable or an Officer of the Local Authority upon demand. 2.5 The Designated Premises Supervisor and all members of staff when on duty shall ensure that all lawful instructions and /or directions given by the Police are complied with. 2.6 Any customer who appears to be carrying an alcoholic drink in an open vessel will be refused service and be asked to leave. 2.7 Signage to inform customers will be in place near the point of sale and exits warning customers of the most recent Public Space Protection Order for the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area PSPO. 2.8 No credit will be given for the sale of alcohol 2.9 No Spirits under 70cl in volume will be stored or sold from the premises INCIDENT LOG 2.10 The premises shall maintain an incident book to record details of the Following:- ? Any violence or anti-social behavior on or immediately outside the premises, ? Any other crime or criminal activity on the premises, ? Any call for police/ambulance assistance to the premises, 2.11 The log records shall be made immediately available on request to a Police Constable or an Officer authorized by the Licensing Authority (as defined by section 13 of the Licensing Act 2003) All records shall be retained on the premises for 12 months from the date of the incident. 2.12 Any staff employed at the premises shall be provided with training before they sell alcohol and refresher training every 6 months thereafter. Training will include information on preventing the sale of alcohol to somebody who is drunk and Age Restricted Products. 2.13 A written record will be kept of all training carried out. These records will be stored on the premises and made available for inspection to a Police Constable or an Officer authorized by the Licensing Authority within a reasonable time.
Public Safety
Public Safety. No risk assessed
The prevention of public nuisance
Prevention of Public Nuisance. 3.1 Prominent, clear and legible signage shall be displayed at the exits to the premises requesting the public to respect the needs of local residents, businesses and to leave the premises and the area quickly and quietly. 3.2 The Premises Licence holder / Designated Premises Supervisor will ensure that litter arising from people using the premises is cleared away on a regular basis. 3.3 The Premises Licence Holder will fix a waste bin outside the premises and empty this daily. 3.4 The Premises Licence Holder will ensure that no lighting or air conditioning units will cause any nuisance to another neighbouring property. 3.5 The staff will observe the external frontage of the premises using the CCTV monitor and use their best endeavours to disperse any customers that appear to be loitering outside the premises.
The protection of children from harm
Protection of Children from Harm. 4.1 The premises will operate a ?Challenge 25? proof of age policy which will require any person who appears to be under the age of 25 to produce identification to prove they are 18 or over. 4.2 Only a passport, photo-card driving licence, European Union ID, Armed Forces ID cards or a proof of age card bearing the official ?PASS? accreditation hologram, a photograph of the individual and date of birth shall be accepted as proof of age. 4.3 Prominent, clear and legible Challenge 25 signage shall also be displayed at all entrances to the premises as well as at, at least one location behind any counter advertising the scheme operated. 19 4.4 The premises is to maintain a refusals log book to record the details of all refusals of the sale of alcohol to persons suspected of being under the age of 18, appear to be drunk or suspected proxy sales. 4.5 The Premises Licence holder / Designated Premises Supervisor or nominated representative shall regularly monitor the entries in the log, sign and date when checked. The book must be made available to a Police Constable or an Officer authorised by the Licensing Authority upon request. 4.6 Any person who is authorised to sell alcohol at the premises will be provided with training before they sell alcohol and refresher training every 6 months thereafter. Training will include information on how to prevent underage sales, acceptable forms of ID, basic conflict management and Age Restricted Products. 4.7 A written record will be kept of all training provided and this record will be kept on the premises for inspection by a Police Constable or an Officer authorised by the Licensing Authority upon request. 4.8 No person under the age of 18 will be employed to work at the premises. 4.9 Alcohol refusals policies will be displayed at the entrance of the premises, the point of display and the point of sale. 4.10 Proxy notices will be prominently displayed at all places where alcohol is . displayed and sold from and at the point of sale.