Agenda, decisions and minutes

Licensing Act 2003 Sub-Committee (A) - Wednesday, 29th March, 2023 14:00

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No. Item


Declarations of Interest

To receive Declarations of personal and prejudicial interest (if any) from members/ officers in accordance with the provisions of the Members Code of Conduct adopted by Council from the 1st September 2008.


There were no declarations of interest.


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To receive for approval the minutes of the Licensing Act 2003 Sub-Committee (A) meeting on 18 March 2022


RESOLVED:                         Members agreed to defer the approval of the minutes of a meeting of the Licensing Act 2003 Sub-Committee dated 18 March 2022, to a future meeting, upon the advice of the Legal officer


Licensing Act 2003 - Application to Vary a Premises Licence Under Section 34 pdf icon PDF 230 KB

Additional documents:


The Licensing Policy Officer presented a report, the purpose of which, was to determine an application received from Axa Trading Limited to vary the premises licence in force at Domino’s, Unit 1 Somerfield Site, Tremains Road, Bridgend, CF31 1TZ. 


She advised that the premises has the benefit of a premises licence; BCBCLP565 which authorises the following licensable activities during the hours stated:


-           Provision of Late Night Refreshment

            Monday to Sunday: 23:00 hours to 03:00 hours


A copy of the current premises licence was attached at Appendix A to the report.


The Licensing Policy Officer confirmed, that the Licensing Authority had received an application to vary the premises licence. The application was attached at Appendix B of the report.


Paragraph 4.2 of the report contained details of the variation of the application as submitted by the applicant.


She explained that the applicant details no additional measures to promote the licensing objectives and states in the application “these premises are already licensed with sufficient robust set of conditions which will remain on the premises licence after the modification of the conditions.”


The Licensing Authority had received one representation during the consultation period from a local resident. A copy of the representation can be found in Appendix C to the report.


As a relevant representation to the variation had been received, the Sub-Committee must determine the application in accordance with the Licensing Act 2003.


Finally, the Licensing Policy Officer asked all those present in the meeting to note, that additional information had been received from the applicant after the agenda and accompanying papers had been dispatched, which had been sent to all parties by email.


The applicant’s representative then gave a resume of the application as detailed in the report, following which Members asked a number of questions, to which he responded to.


Members then retired to consider the application further, following which the Sub-Committee,


RESOLVED:                        The Licensing Sub-Committee considered the application from Axa Trading Limited to vary a premises licence for Domino’s at unit 1 Somerfield Site, Bridgend, CF31 1TZ.


The application requested the following:


Description of the nature of the variation (as stated by applicant):


“Modify the following condition 1 under Annex 2, The Prevention of Public Nuisance:


           The counter service open to the general public will only be available until 01:00 hours, Monday to Sunday. Thereafter, no public access will be permitted for Late Night Refreshment via the delivery service.


To read as follows:


           The premises shall remain closed to the public between 01:00 to 03:00 hours expect to allow delivery service and for access to authorised persons.


Remove the following conditions under Annex 3:


           No delivery vehicles will be mopeds

           All drivers will have a label in their cars stating “do not slam car doors rev engines or play loud music”.

           No more than 2 delivery vehicles will be used after 23:00 hours


All other terms and conditions of the premises licence are to stay the same; no other changes.”


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