Venue: Court Room at Eastbourne Town Hall, Grove Road, BN21 4UG
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Appointment of Chair
Councillor di Cara proposed and Councillor Maxted seconded that Councillor Diplock be appointed as Chair for this meeting.
RESOLVED: That Councillor Diplock was appointed Chair for the meeting.
Apologies for absence/declaration of substitute members
There were none.
Declarations of interests
Disclosure by councillors of personal interests in matters on the agenda, the
nature of any interest and whether the councillor regards the interest as
prejudicial under the terms of the Code of Conduct.
There were none.
The Chair welcomed everyone and detailed the procedure for the hearing. All parties present introduced themselves.
The Specialist Advisor for Licensing, Danielle Ball, outlined the report setting out the application for a new premises licence
During the consultation process, Sussex Police and the applicant had agreed to modify the times of the opening hours, late night refreshment, and added additional conditions that would promote the Licensing objectives:
Late night refreshment
Thursday 23:00 - 24:00
Friday-Sunday (only on Sundays followed by a Bank Holiday Monday) 23:00-02:00.
Supply of alcohol
Sundays – Wednesday 05:00-23:00
Thursday – 05:00 – 00:00
Friday – 05:00 – 02:00
Saturday-Sunday (only on Sundays followed by a Bank Holiday Monday) 09:00-02:00.
Following the 28 day consultation period, two separate representations had been received against the application from interested parties: Juliette Hale, which were included in Appendix 4 and 5 of the agenda pack. The representations centred on the prevention of crime and disorder, public safety, the prevention of public nuisance and the protection of children from harm.
Ms Mary Gray and Ms Hale had both been invited to attend the meeting, but for personal reasons Ms Hale was not present.