Agenda and minutes

Statutory Licensing Sub-Committee
Wednesday, 16th October, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Committee Room 5, Ground Floor - Civic Centre. View directions

Contact: Kirsty Tuffin, Democratic Services Officer  Tel: 01902 552873 Email:

No. Item


Apologies for absence


There were no apologies for absence.


Declarations of interest


There were no declarations of interest.


Licensing Act 2003 - Premises Licence Application in Respect of Crazy Gin, Unit 41, 4 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3NP pdf icon PDF 145 KB

Additional documents:


An application for a Premises Licence in respect of Crazy Gin, Unit 41, 4 Victoria Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3NP was considered following

representations received from the Licensing Authority.


The Chair outlined the procedure to be followed. All parties confirmed that they understood the procedure.


Debra Craner, Section Leader – Licensing, provided an outline of the application and confirmed that the premises was situated within a Cumulative Impact Zone (CIZ). She advised that on Thursday 3 October 2019 all parties agreed that the Statutory Licensing Sub-Committee hearing should be adjourned for mediation purposes and to reconvene on Wednesday 16 October 2019. Additional supplementary information had been submitted by the Applicants Agent and could be found in the Supplementary Agenda Pack.


Rob Edge, Licensing Leader, on behalf of his applicant, Mr Nagra, confirmed the summary provided to be correct.


The Chair invited the Applicant to provide an overview of any new information arising since the last Statutory Licensing Sub-Committee Hearing.


Rob Edge, on behalf of the applicant did so and made reference to the additional supplementary information. He advised that he had met with Elaine Moreton, Licensing Authority, to mediate and additional conditions contained on page 5 of the Supplementary Agenda Pack had been agreed.


The Chair afforded all parties present the opportunity to question Rob Edge in relation to his submission.


Rob Edge responded to questions asked. He confirmed that he had met with West Midlands Fire Service and volunteered conditions. He confirmed he would voluntarily add a condition in relation to SIA door staff for extended hours on Bank Holidays from 22:30 till all customers were off site.


The Chair invited the Licensing Authority to make representations. Mrs Elaine Moreton did so outlining representations detailed at Appendix 4 and made reference to the supplementary information. She confirmed that she had met with the Applicants Agent and made the following proposed amendments to the conditions listed on Page 5 of the Supplementary Pack:


  1.  Hours of opening to be 11am
  2. Notices at the premises relating to open containers and Public Spaces protection Order (PSPO)
  3. SIA provision
  4. Paginated incident book and refusals log
  5. A training refresher on an annual basis
  6. Children on the premises at any time to be accompanied by an adult


The Chair invited all parties present to question the Licensing Authority in relation to its submission.


Mrs Moreton provided responses to questions asked.


The Chair invited all parties present to make their final address.

All parties present made a final statement.


All interested parties, with the exception of the Solicitor and the Democratic Services Officer, withdrew from the meeting to enable the Sub-Committee to determine the matter.


All interested parties were invited back to the meeting and the Chair advised them of the decision of the Sub-Committee, which was read out by the Solicitor. The Solicitor advised that a full list of conditions would be included in the full decision notice that would be sent to all interested parties within 5 working days.





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Minutes of the Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 217 KB

[The minutes from the previous meeting held on 3 October 2019 to follow.]