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1. The premises shall install and maintain a comprehensive digital colour CCTV system. All public areas of the licensed premises, including all public entry & exit points and the street environment, shall be covered enabling facial identification of every person entering in any light condition. The CCTV cameras shall continually record whilst the premises are open to the public and recordings shall be kept available for a minimum of thirty-one (31) days with date & time-stamping.
2. CCTV recordings shall be made available within forty-eight (48) hours upon receipt of a request by the Police and authorised officers of the licensing authority (as defined by Section 13 of the Licensing Act 2003), and footage provided in an easily downloadable format. A member of staff shall always be present on the premises whilst it is open who is capable of operating the CCTV system and able to facilitate viewing of CCTV footage upon the request of the Police and authorised officers of the licensing authority (as defined).
3. The premises licence holder (or a representative thereof) shall perform regular maintenance of the CCTV as instructed by the manufacturers’ guidelines and recommended timeframe as a minimum. All cameras shall be kept clean and clear of obstructions and signage, including seasonal displays.
4. The premises shall perform a test of the CCTV every fourteen (14) days. This shall include, but not be limited to, confirmation of playback of 31 day-old footage. This shall be recorded in a log with the time & date of the test and name of the staff member completing.
5. In the event of failure or faults with the CCTV which compromise its ability to record clear usable images, real-time playback, or provide footage in an easily downloadable format, licensable activity shall cease and the premises licence holder (or a representative thereof) shall inform Greenwich Police Licensing and the Royal Greenwich licensing authority with reasonable expedition, and seek guidance as to whether licensable activity may continue.
6. An incident log shall be kept at the premises and made available on request to the Police or authorised officers of the local authority (as defined by Section 13, Licensing Act 2003). The log shall record the following:
a) All crimes reported to the venue. 2
b) All ejections of customers.
c) Any incidents of disorder (disturbance caused either by one person or a group of people).
d) Any faults in the CCTV system, or searching equipment, or scanning equipment. An entry shall be made every fourteen (14) days as a minimum, confirming a successful test of the CCTV system, with details of the staff member also recorded. Refer also proposed Condition 4.
Additionally, the incident log shall include a section specifically to record:
e) Any refusal of the sale of alcohol during the hours the premises is licensed to sell it, including, but not limited to, refusals of unauthorised deliveries of alcohol to the premises and refusals of underage sales. All entries shall record, as a minimum, the date & time of the refusal, details of the product, and the employee who refused the sale.
7. All staff engaged in the sale of alcohol shall receive suitable training (including refresher training every six (6) months) in relation to the proof of age "Challenge 25" scheme to be applied on the premises. The following forms of identification are acceptable: photo driving licence; passport; Proof of Age Standards Scheme (PASS) card; military ID; and any other locally or nationally approved form of identification.
08. “It’s A Crime!” notices (or similar) shall be displayed inside the premises stating that it is an offence for any person under 18 years of age to purchase alcohol, or for it to be purchased on their behalf by a person over 18.
09. Notices shall be displayed inside the premises stating that a “Challenge 25” policy is in force.
10. Staff shall be trained in the requirements of the Licensing Act 2003 in relation to the licensing objectives, and the laws relating to underage sales, and the sale of alcohol to intoxicated persons. This training shall be documented and repeated at six (6)-monthly intervals. This shall be documented, and signed & dated by the Designated Premises Supervisor and the member of staff receiving the training. This training log shall be kept on the premises and made available for inspection by Police and authorised officers of the licensing authority (as defined by Section 13, Licensing Act 2003) upon request.
11. All staff shall also receive recognised customer welfare & vulnerability training from an appropriately qualified trainer, details of which must be documented (e.g. ‘WAVE’, ‘Ask Angela’, or similar). Furthermore, the premises licence holder (or a representative thereof if held in a company name) shall sign-up to the Royal Borough of Greenwich Women’s Charter, or its equivalent, and display certification of this prominently at the premises.
15. The supply of alcohol shall be by waiter or waitress service only to seated customers, there shall be no vertical drinking at the premises
16. There will be no self-service of spirits (on sales).
17. Spirits shall not be sold to any customer by the bottle all measures shall only be served in line with Annex 1, Mandatory Condition 6. (on sales).
18. There shall be no sale or supply of beer, lager or cider with an ABV of 6.5% or above, except for ‘Premium’ brands agreed in writing with Royal Greenwich Licensing Authority and Greenwich Police Licensing.
19. No customers carrying either open or sealed bottles of alcohol shall be allowed to enter the premises at any time that the premises are open to the public.
20. The Designated Premises Supervisor (or another personal licence holder duly appointed by the DPS) shall be on duty during all times the premises is open for licensable activity.
21. The area immediately outside the premises shall be maintained in a clean and tidy manner at all times it is open for licensable activity. Suitable receptacles for litter and refuse shall be provided.
22. Noise from the premises shall be inaudible one (1) metre from the façade of the nearest noise-sensitive premises.
23. Notices shall be displayed requesting patrons to leave quietly and have respect for local residents and businesses, or when using any designated smoking area.
24. All drinks shall be left inside the premises when customers leave to go outside to smoke.
25. The following fire safety measures shall be in place - fire extinguishers (foam, CO2, H2O) fire blankets, fire exit signs, smoke detectors. All of which shall be inspected annually and a log kept of these inspections.
26. All emergency exits to be kept free at all times the premises is open to the public.
|Application Number||Licence Number||Licence Reference||Licence Description||Licence Type||Licence Application Type||Status||Licensee||Additional Licensee||Trading Name||Licence Area||Licence Address||Issue Date||Start Date||Closed Date||Expiry Date|
|13876||Licensing Act 2003||Premises Licence||New||In progress||Pierre Maitre||Chez Maitre||92 - 96 Westmount Road