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Licensing Act 2003

Application Register

Seaside Mini Market
Application Number199067
Address18 Westover Road
Supply of Alcohol
Monday - 08:00 to 03:00
Tuesday - 08:00 to 03:00
Wednesday - 08:00 to 03:00
Thursday - 08:00 to 03:00
Friday - 08:00 to 03:00
Saturday - 08:00 to 03:00
Sunday - 08:00 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.
General - all four licensing objectives.. BH1 Stop will meet all 4 Licensing Objectives as shown below, in particularly through ensuring comprehensive staff training, good neighbour practices, Challenge 25 All staff working at the premises concerned with the sale of alcohol shall be trained in accordance with the SWERCOTS scheme or such other scheme as may be approved by Trading Standards or the Licensing Authority from time to time and shall receive refresher training at least every 6 months. A record of all staff training shall be maintained and kept on the premises and made available on request to an authorised officer of the Council or the Police. The premises shall not stock, sell or supply bottles of any cider, beer or lager that has a strength of over 5.3% in a size greater than 1 litre. Further, the premises shall not sell single bottles or cans of any beer, cider or lager that has a strength of over 5.3% A further notice reading ?We do not sell single cans or bottles of beers, ciders or lagers that are stronger than 5.3%? will be displayed at or near the beer display area. All spirits shall be displayed only behind the counter area. Alcohol shall only be displayed in areas visible from the sales counter or covered by CCTV. No sale of alcohol shall knowingly be permitted to anyone under the influence of illegal drugs. Appropriate signage advising customers of the Policy shall be prominently displayed throughout the premises.
The Prevention of Crime and Disorder
Prevention of Crime & Disorder.. Whole service area is visible to Management and staff who will be trained and supervised by a DPS and their authorised staff CCTV is installed to cover all trading and immediate access and exit routes Posters will be visible from the window to deter customers from congregating by the main door and to remind them to be considerate of neighbours and residents An incident log shall be kept at the premises. The log shall include the date and time of the incident and the name of the member of staff who has been involved. and made available on request to an authorised officer of the Council or the Police, which shall record the following: (a) any complaints received (b) any incidents of disorder (c) any faults in the CCTV system / or searching equipment / or scanning equipment (d) any refusal of the sale of alcohol (e) any visit by a relevant authority or emergency service (f) all crimes reported to the venue (g) all ejections of patrons (h) all seizures of drugs or offensive weapons This log to be checked on a weekly basis by the DPS of the premises. A CCTV system, shall be installed to cover all entry and exit points enabling frontal identification of every person entering in any light condition. There must be a member of staff on duty at all times that the premises are trading under this licence who is able to access the CCTV and produce images to the Police on request The CCTV system shall continually record and cover areas where alcohol is kept for selection and purchase by the public, whilst the premises is open for licensable activities. It shall operate during all times when customers remain on the premises. All recordings shall be stored for a minimum period of 31days with correct date and time stamping. Recordings shall be made available immediately upon the request of Police or an authorised officer of the council throughout the preceding 31 day period. The CCTV system shall be updated and maintained according to police recommendations.
Public Safety
Public Safety. The measures outlined above Challenge 25 Age Verification policy to be adopted and advertised with posters Adequate rubbish bins provided close to the building The holder of the licence shall undertake a risk assessment regard to the deployment of SIA door supervisors on any occasion when the premises are open beyond 23:00 hours. A copy of any such risk assessment shall be kept up the premises and made available for inspection by police or other authorised officers.
The prevention of public nuisance
Prevention of Public Nuisance. The measures detailed above Particularly ensuring that customers do not congregate in or near the doorways after leaving Adequate provision of rubbish bins
The protection of children from harm
Protection of Children from Harm. Staff will adopt and stringently enforce a Challenge 25 Policy Deliveries including alcohol will require appropriate ID at point of transfer Any staff employed under the age of 18 will be constantly supervised