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.
Every supply of alcohol under the premises licence must be made or authorised by a person who holds a personal licence
(1) The responsible person must ensure that staff on relevant premises do not carry out; arrange or participate in any irresponsible promotions in relation to the premises.(2) In this paragraph; an irresponsible promotion means any one or more of the following activities; or substantially similar activities; carried on for the purpose of encouraging the sale or supply of alcohol for consumption on the premises - (a) games or other activities which require or encourage; or are designed to require or encourage; individuals to - (i) drink a quantity of alcohol within a time limit (other than to drink alcohol sold or supplied on the premises before the cessation of the period in which the responsible person is authorised to sell or supply alcohol); or (ii) drink as much alcohol as possible (whether within a time limit or otherwise); (b) provision of unlimited or unspecified quantities of alcohol free or for a fixed or discounted fee to the public or to a group defined by a particular characteristic in a manner which carries a significant risk of undermining a licensing objective; (c) provision of free or discounted alcohol or any other thing as a prize to encourage or reward the purchase and consumption of alcohol over a period of 24 hours or less in a manner which carries a significant risk of undermining a licensing objective; (d) selling or supplying alcohol in association with promotional posters or flyers on; or in the vicinity of; the premises which can reasonably be considered to condone; encourage or glamorise anti-social behaviour or to refer to the effects of drunkenness in any favourable manner; (e) dispensing alcohol directly by one person into the mouth of another (other than where that other person is unable to drink without assistance by reason ofdisability).
The responsible person must ensure that free potable water is provided on request to customers where it is reasonably available.
(1) The premises licence holder or club premises certificate holder must ensure that an age verification policy is adopted in respect of the premises in relation to the sale or supply of alcohol.(2) The designated premises supervisor in relation to the premises licence must ensure that the supply of alcohol at the premises is carried on in accordance with the age verification policy.(3) The policy must require individuals who appear to the responsible person to be under 18 years of age (or such older age as may be specified in the policy) to produce on request; before being served alcohol; identification bearing their photograph; date of birth and either - (a) a holographic mark; or (b) an ultraviolet feature.
The responsible person must ensure that - (a) where any of the following alcoholic drinks is sold or supplied for consumption on the premises (other than alcoholic drinks sold or supplied having been made up in advance ready for sale or supply in a securely closed container) it is available to customers in the following measures - (i) beer or cider: Â½ pint; (ii) gin; rum; vodka or whisky: 25 ml or 35 ml; and (iii) still wine in a glass: 125 ml; (b) these measures are displayed in a menu; price list or other printed material which is available to customers on the premises; and (c) where a customer does not in relation to a sale of alcohol specify the quantity of alcohol to be sold; the customer is made aware that these measures are available.Responsible person is defined in Section 153(4) of the Licensing Act 2003.
1. A relevant person shall ensure that no alcohol is sold or supplied for consumption on or off the premises for a price which is less than the permitted price. 2. For the purposes of the condition set out in paragraph 1(a)duty is to be construed in accordance with the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979; (b)permitted price is the price found by applying the formula P=D +(DxV) Where:(i) P is the permitted price; (ii) D is the amount of duty chargeable in relation to the alcohol as if the duty were charged on the date of the sale or supply of the alcohol; and (iii) V is the rate of value added tax chargeable in relation to the alcohol as if the value added tax were charged on the date of the sale or supply of the alcohol; (c) relevant person means; in relation to premises in respect of which there is in force a premises licence -(i) the holder of the premises licence; (ii) the designated premises supervisor (if any) in respect of such a licence; or (iii)the personal licence holder who makes or authorises a supply of alcohol under such a licence; (d) relevant person means; in relation to premises in respect of which there is in force a club premises certificate; any member or officer of the club present on the premises in a capacity which enables the member or officer to prevent the supply in question; and (e) value added tax means value added tax charged in accordance with the Value Added Tax Act 1994. 3. Where the permitted price given by Paragraph (b) of paragraph 2 would (apart from this paragraph) not be a whole number of pennies; the price given by that sub-paragraph shall be taken to be the price actually given by that sub-paragraph rounded up to the nearest penny. 4. (1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies where the permitted price given by Paragraph (b) of paragraph 2 on a day (the first day) would be different from the permitted price on the next day (the second day) as a result of a change to the rate of duty or value added tax. (2) The permitted price which would apply on the first day applies to sales or supplies of alcohol which take place before the expiry of the period of 14 days beginning on the second day.
Recorded music in the tour room only and as shown hatched on the plan between the hours of 12.00 hours and 21.00 hours daily.
The premises shall be vacated of all patrons by 22.00 hours daily.
The premises licence holder will supply only products brewed on site.
There should be no alcohol consumed outside of the premises.
The maximum number of patrons permitted on the premises at any one time should be limited to 45.
The premises shall operate as a micro-brewery.
There should be no change to the operating style of the premises without prior written notice to the Licensing Authority which shall include any proposed change to brand or style. The Licensing Authority shall then advise within 21 days whether a formal application for variation or a new licence is required and the licence holder shall comply with that direction.
No noise from the premises (including noise from music; patrons; plant and equipment etc) shall cause unreasonable disturbance to the occupiers of neighbouring premises.
All windows; entrance doors and lobby doors must be kept shut except for access and egress. The external door(s) to the premises shall be self-closing.
The level of amplified sound shall be background in style and enable patrons to talk in comfort.
Amplified sound shall not be permitted outside of the premises at any time.
Off sales of alcohol will be a minor part of the operation and will be ancillary to the main use of the premises as a Micro Brewery.
All members of staff at the premises shall seek credible photographic proof from any person who appears to be under the age of 25 years and is seeking to purchase any age restricted products on the premises. Such credible evidence shall include a photograph of the customer which will either be a passport; photographic driving licence or proof of age card carrying a PASS logo or any other form of identification approved by The Secretary of State.
All training for staff related to the prevention of age restricted sales shall be documented.
|**REDACTED**||With regard to the new application we have no objection to business hours being extended from 10.am to match other businesses within the business centre. However we would like to make an objection to the proposed change of closing hours - at present the Box Social operates until 9pm, closes at 9:30 pm, the business gates are locked at 10pm. With the new plan drinks will be stopped serving at 10, the premises will be closed at 10:30 and the gates will not shut until 11:00. By changing the business to a Micro Pub, the number of people and noise will be excessive. People are already sitting outside of the premises throughout the day and the open windows allow for volume to be heard. We have experienced an increase in noise and anti social behaviour as recent as this last week where customers were drunk in the street after leaving the premises and were seen to urinate on the perimeter wall, stand in the middle of the road and actually kick a parked car. This took place outside our premises which is approximately 40 meters from the entrance. Allowing the brewery to further their operating hours would in turn result in further disruption and damages to property owners within the local area.||N/A|