Annex 1 – Mandatory Conditions
1. 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.
2. 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 of disability).
4. 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.
6. 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: ½ 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.”
(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.
(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.
8. Any individuals carrying out security activities at the premises must be licensed by the Security Industry Authority. This does not apply where the premises are being used primarily as a Qualifying Club under a Club Premises Certificate, under a Temporary Event Notice, or primarily as a cinema, restaurant or theatre.
1.The Challenge 25/Think 25 proof of age scheme shall be operated at the premises. All customers who appear under the age of 25 shall be challenged to prove that they are over 18 when attempting to purchase alcohol. Acceptable forms of ID include a photo driving licence, passport, or Home Office approved identity card bearing the holographic ‘PASS’ mark. If the person seeking alcohol is unable to produce an acceptable form of identification, no sale or supply of alcohol shall be made to or for that person.
2. All staff involved in the sale of alcohol shall be trained, as part of their induction, in the law relating to the sale of alcohol. Such training shall include challenging every individual who appears to be under 25 years of age and to refuse service where individuals cannot produce acceptable means of identification, acceptable forms of ID and using the refusals register. Such training (including any refresher training) shall be logged within a Training Record and provided not less than every twelve (12) months. The training record shall be made available for inspection by Police and authorised officers from the Local Authority.
3. Water and other non-alcoholic beverages shall be available at all times that licensable activities are permitted.
4. The following posters shall be displayed conspicuously on the premises in customer facing areas: a) ‘Think 25’ – to advise potential purchasers that suitable proof of age shall be required for all purchasers who appear to be under 25. b) ‘It’s a Crime!’ – intended to warn adults not to purchase alcohol for persons under 18 years of age.
5. A Refusals/Complaints/Incident register must be kept at the premises and made available on reasonable request to the police or an authorised person. The register is to be inspected on a monthly basis by the DPS, the date of the inspection noted in the register, and a record made of any actions that appear to be needed to protect young people from harm.
6. When the sale of alcohol is refused, the register must include the following:
a. the identity of the member of staff who refused the sale
b. the date and time of the refusal
c. the alcohol requested and reason for refusal
d. description of the person refused alcohol.
7. For incidents/complaints the register must record:
a. All crime reported to the premises;
b. All removals of patrons from the premises;
c. Any incident of disorder;
d. All seizures of drugs and/or offensive weapons;
e. Any faults in the CCTV system;
f. Any visit to the premises by Officers from the Local Authority or emergency services
8. All tills shall automatically prompt staff to ask for age verification identification when presented with an alcohol sale.
9. The premises shall install and maintain a comprehensive CCTV system which will continually record whilst the premises is open for licensable activities and during all times when customers remain on and outside the premises. All recordings shall be stored for a minimum of thirty-one (31) days with date/time stamping. Recordings shall be made available immediately upon the request of Police or authorised offices for the preceding 31 days.
10. The CCTV will cover all entry and exit points and must be able to capture frontal identification of every person entering in any light condition.
11. A staff member from the premises who is fully able to operate the CCTV system shall be present at all times that the premises is open to the public. This staff member must be able to show a Police or other authorised Officer recent data or recordings from the CCTV immediately upon request.
12. The Designated Premises Supervisor or other Personal Licence holder shall be on the premises at all times it is open for licensable activities.
13. No drinks shall be served in glass containers at any time.
14. All sales of alcohol for consumption off the premises shall be in sealed containers only.
15. Any alcohol for sale at the premises shall be kept on display behind a counter and only be accessible to members of staff.
16. Alcohol shall only be sold as ancillary to a meal - whether that be by means of a take-away or to a person seated taking a table meal at the premises.
17. Online sales of alcohol shall be subject to an online age verification check using a supplier which is a member of the Age Verification Providers Association (https://avpassociation.com), or other supplier as agreed with the Licensing Authority.
18. Deliveries of alcohol shall:
a. Only be made to a residential or business address, where the customer is clearly resident inside the building;
b. Be undertaken by staff employed by the licence holder, or otherwise only be undertaken by third party couriers that provide an age verification service consistent with the Challenge 25 scheme, and with a facility to return orders where the customers age cannot be verified.
The premises shall be maintained in accordance with the plan/s annexed to this Premises Licence and licensable activities shall only take place in those areas designated on the annexed plan/s.
Drawing number: 15.019.31
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