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66.

APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN

To appoint a Chairman for the duration of the meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That Councillor Haseler be Chairman. This was proposed by Councillor Davey and seconded by Councillor Luxton.

67.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

No apologies for absence received.

68.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST pdf icon PDF 219 KB

To receive any declarations of interest.

Minutes:

Councillor Davey declared a personal interest in that he had known the applicant for many years but was attending the Panel with an open mind.

69.

PROCEDURES FOR SUB COMMITTEE pdf icon PDF 141 KB

To note the procedural details for the meeting.

Minutes:

The Chairman read out the procedures to all present at the Sub Committee.

70.

CONSIDERATION OF APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE UNDER THE LICENSING ACT 2003 pdf icon PDF 820 KB

To consider an application for a new premises licence under the Licensing Act 2003 for Windsor and Eton Brewery, Units 1-4 Vansittart Estate, Duke Street, Windsor, SL4 1SE.

Minutes:

 

The reporting officer, Craig Hawkings, Licensing Enforcement Officer, introduced and went through the report.

 

This meeting of a Licensing Sub-Committee was convened to hear an application for a new premise licence located within the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. In line with Licensing Act 2003 S18 (3)(a), when relevant representations are made against an application, a hearing must be held to consider them. A relevant representation made against an application for a new premises licence must relate to at least one of the four licensing objectives set out in the Licensing Act 2003. These are ‘The Prevention of Crime and Disorder’, ‘Public Safety’, ‘The Prevention of Public Nuisance’, and ‘The Protection of Children from Harm’.

 

The purpose of this hearing was for the Sub-Committee to hear the application, receive written and oral representations from other parties and then to make a decision in respect of the application.

 

The Applicant was Mr Will Calvert and the DPS was Mr Miles Slade for the premises Windsor and Eton Brewery, Units 1-4 Vanstittart Estate, Duke Street, Windsor, SL4 1SE. Mr Calvert had applied, under the Licensing Act 2003, for a new premises licence to be granted.

 

The application was to Licence the premises to now include the fourth unit in the building that the brewery operates, the brewery previously occupied the other 3 units. The brewery took over the unit in January 2021 and now has responsibility for all four units and the entire building. The unit will allow customers to try and sample all beers produced on site in a unique, well managed and comfortable environment. Brewery tours will also start and finish in the tap room with the tap room also becoming the brewery shop. The new tap room we will only trade until 10pm to showcase the bar as well managed. The purpose of licensing our entire demise is to no longer have to use TEN’s when the brewery holds beer festivals which are held throughout the premises periodically.

 

A summary of the application is as follows:

 

Live music (Indoors):

·         12:00 hrs. until 23:00 hrs. – Monday – Sunday

 

Recorded Music (Indoors):

·         11:00 hrs. until – 23:00 hrs. – Monday – Sunday

 

To permit the sale by retail of alcohol for consumption On & OFF the premises:

·         09:00 hrs. until 23:00 hrs. - Monday to Sunday

 

The standard opening hours of the premises:

·         09:00 hrs. until 22:00 hrs. - Monday to Sunday

 

Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS): Mr. Miles Slade

 

This application had received no representations from the responsible authorities which included; Royal Borough Fire and Rescue Service, Planning, Local Safeguarding Children’s Board, Public Health, Trading Standards, Environmental Health, Thames Valley Police and RBWM Licensing. There had been two individual representations from residents that were relevant to the application as they related to one or more of the four licensing objectives.

 

The Licensing Panel Sub Committee was obliged to determine the application with a view to promoting the four licensing objectives which were:

 

·         The prevention of crime and disorder

·         Public safety  ...  view the full minutes text for item 70.