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Apologies for Absence
To receive any apologies for absence
Apologies for absence were submitted on behalf of Councillors L Darke, C Davis, D Drummond, Janet Hunter, M Madden, J O’Shea and P Richardson.
Appointment of Substitutes
To be informed of the appointment of Substitute Members at the meeting
There were no Substitute Members reported.
Declarations of Interest and Dispensations
You are invited to declare any registerable and/or non-registerable interests in matters appearing on the agenda, and the nature of that interest.
You are also invited to disclose any dispensations in relation to any registerable and/or non registerable interests that have been granted to you in respect of any matters appearing on the agenda.
There were no declarations of interest or dispensations reported.
To confirm the minutes of the previous meetings held on 1 April, 3 June and 7 October 2021
Resolved that the minutes of the meetings held on 1 April, 3 June and 7 October 2021 be confirmed and signed by the Chair.
Minutes of Sub Committees PDF 136 KB
To note the minutes of the Licensing Sub Committee hearings held during 2021/2022 as follows:
· 5 May 2021 – The Tipsy Horse, Unit 2 Arrow Close, Stephenson Industrial Estate, Killingworth
· 22 June 2021 – On the Corner Café, 45 Ilfracombe Gardens, Whitley Bay
· 27 July 2021 – St Edwards Centre, Roxburgh Terrace, Whitley Bay
· 17 August 2021 – Amaze Gourmet Spice, 6 Cauldwell Lane, Monkseaton, Whitley Bay
· 2 September 2021 – Somals, 21-23 Benton Lane, West Moor, Newcastle upon Tyne
· 9 November 2021 – Canny Leisure North East Limited, 75 Park View, Whitley Bay
· 16 November 2021 – Tynemouth 61, 61 Front Street, Tynemouth
· 21 January 2022 – Kork Wine and Deli, 74 Whitley Road, Whitley Bay
· 25 February 2022 – Ali Baba, 51/51A Nile Street, North Shields
The Committee received copies of the minutes of the following Sub-committee hearings held since the last ordinary meeting:
5 May 2021 – The Tipsy Horse, Unit 20 Arrow Close, Killingworth
22 June 2021 – On the Corner Café, 45 Ilfracombe Gardens, Whitley Bay
27 July 2021 – St Edwards Centre, Roxburgh Terrace, Whitley Bay
17 August 2021 – Amaze Gourmet Spice, 6 Cauldwell Lane, Monkseaton
2 September 2021 – Somals, 21-23 Benton Lane, West Moor
9 November 2021 – Canny Leisure NE Limited, 75 Park View, Whitley Bay
16 November 2021 – Tynemouth 61, 61 Front Street, Tynemouth
21 January 2022 – Kork Wine and Deli, 74 Whitley Road, Whitley Bay
25 February 2022 – Ali Baba, 51/51A Nile Street, North Shields
Resolved that the minutes of the Licensing Sub-committee hearings, as listed above, be noted.
Licensing Act 2003 and Gambling Act 2005 Applications. Licences granted between 01.03.2021 and 28.02.2022 under delegated authority PDF 385 KB
To give consideration to a report which details the decisions taken by officers under delegated authority between 1 March 2021 and 28 February 2022.
The Committee considered a report which set out the various applications under the Licensing Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005 which had been determined by officers, under delegated authority, between 1 March 2021 and 28 February 2022.
During this period the following had been processed:
· 118 New Personal Licences issued
· 31 Premises Licences transferred
· 109 variations to Designated Premises Supervisors
· 7 variations to Premises/Club Licenses
· 9 Minor variations
· 202 Temporary Event Notices issued
· 2 Gambling Permits
The department had also carried out 2347 compliance inspections and checked 85 Statutory Notices.
Resolved that the delegated decisions taken by officers between 1 March 2021 and 28 February 2022 be noted.
Cumulative Impact Assessment - Park View and Fish Quay PDF 232 KB
To consider a report which sets out the data collected in relation to the potential inclusion of Park View and/or the Fish Quay in the Cumulative Impact Assessment.
The Committee was advised that additional information in relation to the Fish Quay had recently been received and it was suggested that in order for the information to be properly assessed consideration of this item be deferred to a future meeting.
Resolved that consideration of the report be deferred to a future meeting.
Remote Licensing Hearings PDF 121 KB
To consider a report which invites the Committee to consider how it wishes to conduct its business.
Consideration was given to a report which invited the Committee to determine how it wished to conduct future meetings of the Committee and its Sub-committees.
The Committee at its meeting held on 3 June 2021 (minute L1/21 refers) agreed that, where appropriate, meetings would be held remotely until April 2022 and a report presented to this meeting for members to determine whether or not to continue with remote meetings.
The advantages and disadvantages of both face-to-face meetings and remote meetings were discussed along with the need for the Committee/Sub-committee to have the flexibility in those cases where it was appropriate.
Resolved that future meetings of the Committee and its Sub-committees be held as face-to-face meetings unless it is considered, in consultation with the Chair, that there are extenuating circumstances which warrant holding a specific meeting virtually