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Kayna's, Hatfield

Our Reference: WK/222004012

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Miss Mary Barnes-Bailey

Location: Kayna's, 5A High Street, Hatfield, Doncaster, DN7 6RS

Date Published: 19 May 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Recorded Music

Location

Indoors

 

From

To

Monday

09:30

23:00

Tuesday

09:30

23:00

Wednesday

09:30

23:00

Thursday

09:30

23:00

Friday

09:30

23:00

Saturday

09:30

23:00

Sunday

09:30

23:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On/Off),,,, , ,

Location

Licensed Area

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

23:00

Tuesday

11:00

23:00

Wednesday

11:00

23:00

Thursday

11:00

23:00

Friday

11:00

23:00

Saturday

11:00

23:00

Sunday

11:00

23:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

Whole of premises

 

From

To

Monday

09:30

23:00

Tuesday

09:30

23:00

Wednesday

09:30

23:00

Thursday

09:30

23:00

Friday

09:30

23:00

Saturday

09:30

23:00

Sunday

09:30

23:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

General – all four licensing objectives

The Licensee, that is the person in whose name the premises licence is issued, shall en-sure that all times when the premises are for any licensable activity, there are sufficient competent staff on duty at the premises for the purpose of fulfilling the terms and con-ditions of the licence and for preventing crime and disorder. The Licensee shall ensure that all staff will undertake training in their responsibilities in relation to the sale of alco-hol, particularly with regard to drunkenness and underage persons. Records will be kept of training and refresher training.

The prevention of crime and disorder

Any incidents of a criminal nature that may occur on the premises will be re-ported to the Police.

The Licensee will install comprehensive CCTV coverage at the premises and it is operated and maintained at the premises.

The CCTV system shall conform to the following points:

  1. Cameras must be sited to observe the entrance and exit doors both inside and out-side.
  2. Cameras on the entrances must capture full frame shots of the heads and shoulders of all people entering the premises i.e. capable of identification.
  3. Cameras viewing till areas must capture frames not less than 50% of screen.
  4. Cameras overlooking floor areas should be wide angled to give an overview of the premises.
  1. Be capable of visually confirming the nature of the crime committed.
  2. Provide a linked record of the date, time and place of any image.
  3. Provide good quality images –colour during opening times.
  4. Operate under existing light levels within and outside the premises.
  5. Have the recording device located in a secure area or locked cabinet.
  6. Have a monitor to review images and recorded picture quality.
  7. Be regularly maintained to ensure continuous quality of image capture reten-tion.
  8. Have signage displayed in the customer area to advise that CCTV is in operation.
  9. Digital images must be kept for 31 days.
  10. Police will have access to images at any reasonable time.
  11. The equipment must have a suitable export method, e. G. CD/DVD writer so that the police can make an evidential copy of the data they require. This data should be in the native file format, to ensure that no image quality is lost when making the copy, if this format is non-standard (i.e. manufacturer proprietary) then the manufacturer should supply the replay software to ensure that the video on the CD can be replayed by the police on a standard computer. Copies must be made available to Police on request.

Public safety

Appropriate fire safety procedures are in place including fire extinguishers (foam, H20 and CO2), fire blanket, internally illuminated fire exit signs, numerous smoke detectors and emergency lighting (see enclosed plan for details of locations). All appliances are inspected annually.

All emergency exits shall be kept free from obstruction at all times.

The prevention of public nuisance

All customers will be asked to leave quietly.

Clear and legible notices will be prominently displayed to remind customers to leave quietly and have regard to our neighbours.

The protection of children from harm

The licensee and staff will ask persons who appear to be under the age of 25 for photo-graphic ID such as proof of age cards, the Connexions Card and Citizen Card, photo-graphic driving licence or passport, an official identity card issued by HM Forces or by an EU country, bearing the photograph and date of birth of bearer.

All staff will be trained for UNDERAGE SALES PREVENTION regularly.

A register of refused sales shall be kept and maintained on the premises.

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 16/06/2022

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

 

New Premises Imperial Club and Brewery, The Imperial Club, 11 Cliff Street, Mexborough, Doncaster, S64 9HU

Our Reference: WK/222005859

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Mr Matthew Mason

Location: Imperial Club and Brewery, The Imperial Club, 11 Cliff Street, Mexborough, Doncaster, S64 9HU

Date Published: 07 June 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Live Music,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:00

Tuesday

10:00

02:00

Wednesday

10:00

02:00

Thursday

10:00

02:00

Friday

10:00

02:00

Saturday

10:00

02:00

Sunday

10:00

02:00

Activity

Recorded Music,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:00

Tuesday

10:00

02:00

Wednesday

10:00

02:00

Thursday

10:00

02:00

Friday

10:00

02:00

Saturday

10:00

02:00

Sunday

10:00

02:00

Activity

Performance of Dance,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:00

Tuesday

10:00

02:00

Wednesday

10:00

02:00

Thursday

10:00

02:00

Friday

10:00

02:00

Saturday

10:00

02:00

Sunday

10:00

02:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On/Off),,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:00

Tuesday

10:00

02:00

Wednesday

10:00

02:00

Thursday

10:00

02:00

Friday

10:00

02:00

Saturday

10:00

02:00

Sunday

10:00

02:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

02:20

Tuesday

10:00

02:20

Wednesday

10:00

02:20

Thursday

10:00

02:20

Friday

10:00

02:20

Saturday

10:00

02:20

Sunday

10:00

02:20

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

  1. a) General – all four licensing objectives (b,c,d,e)

List here steps you will take to promote all four licensing objectives together.

As listed below.

  1. b) The prevention of crime and disorder

The Challenge 25 scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records

Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales and operating procedures. Records of such training will be

kept and made available for inspection by the authorities on request.

A CCTV system will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the premises are open. The CCTV images will be

stored for 28 days and police and authorised officers of the council will be given access to images for purposes in

connection with the prevention and detection of crime and disorder. Members of the management team will be trained in

the use of the system.

The use of doorstaff will be risk assessed by the DPS.

The use of polycarbonate drinking vessels shall be risk assessed by the DPS and used accordingly.

Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales and operating procedures. Records of such training will be

kept and made available for inspection of the authorities

  1. c) Public safety

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All safety certificates and inspection reports will be kept on site and will be made available for inspection officers or relevant

statutory bodies.

An adequate and appropriate supply of first aid equipment will be available on the premises.

Fire safety measures provided on the premises will be maintained in good working order and their adequacy will be

determined on a regular basis

All staff will be trained in relation to emergency and general safety procedures.

  1. d) The prevention of public nuisance

Customers are asked to respect the surrounding area and behave in an orderly manner.

Signs will be displayed to remind customers to leave quietly and act in an orderly manner.

Customers will be discouraged from congregating outside the premises

Any noise nuisance will be managed by the DPS and risk assessed as required.

  1. e) The protection of children from harm

The Challenge 25 scheme must operate including a refusals log, signage and the maintenance of staff training records

Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales and operating procedures. Records of such training will be

kept and made available for inspection of the authorities

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 04/07/2022

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

New Premises 15-17 Highfield Road, Wheatley, Doncaster, DN1 2LA

Our Reference: WK/222005837

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: MIchal Wirski

Location: 15-17 Highfield Road, Wheatley, Doncaster, DN1 2LA

Date Published: 09 June 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Live Music,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

12:00

23:00

Tuesday

12:00

23:00

Wednesday

12:00

23:00

Thursday

12:00

23:00

Friday

12:00

23:00

Saturday

12:00

23:00

Sunday

12:00

23:00

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (On only),,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

12:00

23:00

Tuesday

12:00

23:00

Wednesday

12:00

23:00

Thursday

12:00

23:00

Friday

12:00

23:00

Saturday

12:00

23:00

Sunday

12:00

23:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

 

 

From

To

Monday

12:00

23:00

Tuesday

12:00

23:00

Wednesday

12:00

23:00

Thursday

12:00

23:00

Friday

12:00

23:00

Saturday

12:00

23:00

Sunday

12:00

23:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

  1. a) General – all four licensing objectives (b,c,d,e)

List here steps you will take to promote all four licensing objectives together.

The main steps I am going to take are first of all staff training.

 Bar service before sale alcohol must be aware of their rights and obligations. And they need to know how to act certain

situations. The main steps are:

compliance with the law described in the license act. 2003.

Cooperation with local police and authorized officer.

  1. b) The prevention of crime and disorder

Bar staff before sale alcohol must be aware of their rights and obligations. And they need to know how to act certain

situations.

The main steps are:

-Compliance with the law described in the license act. 2003.

 -Report all persons causing public disorder to the DPS.

- Instalation CCTV

- Not promoting alcohol consumption

- Access to drinking water for each client

-In situations where someone poses a real threat to the customers of the premises, the waiter or another employee must

immediately call the police

  1. c) Public safety

In order to maintain public safety, I will be sure that it controls:

- comply with fire regulations

- For everyone's safety control the number of customers staying at the premises at one time.

- anyone being hurt or having an accident in my premises received immediate medical attention

  1. d) The prevention of public nuisance

- Provide staff training in relation to noise.

- Kitchen ventilation, sound system and castomer area will be resolved in such a way that it does not disturb the residents.

- Rubish bins will be away kept from residents. Provide fresh air.

- The restaurant lighting will be mainly inside. The advertising lighting and the front of the premises will be illuminated in a

way that will not disturb the residents.

- Restaurant staff will be taught how to deal with loud customers.

  1. e) The protection of children from harm

Maintain records of appropriate training of all staff including:,

- Age verification procedures relating to age restricted sales

-have a company policy on protecting children from harm including protecting children from exposure to gambling, drugs,

drug taking and drug dealing, and violence of any sort

- have a company policy on protecting children from abuse including Child Sexual Exploitation which includes informing all

staff of the signs and indications of child sexual exploitation, the monitoring of areas such as toilets

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 05/07/2022

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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Full Pavement Licence

Our Reference: WK/222005958

Type of Application: Full Pavement Licence

Applicant: Lorna Buckley, Bone Idle Lounge LTD

Location: Bone Idle Lounge, 54 Silver Street, Doncaster, DN1 1HT

Date Published: 16 June 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities

Activity

Sell/Serve/Consume FoodDrink

Location

Licensed area (see plan)

 

From

To

Monday

08:30

23:00

Tuesday

08:30

23:00

Wednesday

08:30

23:00

Thursday

08:30

23:00

Friday

08:30

23:00

Saturday

08:30

23:00

Sunday

08:30

23:00

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must do so by EMAIL to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.Please use the subject line PAVEMENT LICENCE.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Representations must be received no later than 12/07/2022.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

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The Booze Cruiser, Wheatley

Our Reference: WK/222006815

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: The Booze Cruiser Ltd

Location: Booze Cruiser, Unit 2a, Churchill Buildings, Churchill Road, Wheatley, Doncaster, DN1 2TF

Date Published: 16 June 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Sale of Alcohol (Off only),,,, , ,

Location

Licensed Area (See Plan)

 

From

To

Monday

00:00

00:00

Tuesday

00:00

00:00

Wednesday

00:00

00:00

Thursday

00:00

00:00

Friday

00:00

00:00

Saturday

00:00

00:00

Sunday

00:00

00:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

The conditions applied with the granting of this licence are as follows:-

The Warehouse is not open to the general public. Property is alarmed. No signage is on the unit as to not draw attention to

thieves

 

The prevention of crime and disorder

Alarm to the Unit

Unit is not open to the general public

 

Public safety / The prevention of public nuisance / The protection of children from harm

The Unit is not open to the general public

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must give notice in writing to The Licensing Department, Doncaster Council, Civic office, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.  Representations may also be made by email to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.  Where a representation is given by email there is no need for it to also be given in writing.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 14/07/2022

 

It is an offence for anyone to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application, the fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction is unlimited.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

 

FULL PAVEMENT LICENCE - Yates

Our Reference: WK/222005979

Type of Application: Full Pavement Licence

Applicant: Stonegate Pub Company Ltd

Location: Yates, 58-59 Hall Gate, Doncaster, DN1 3PB

Date Published: 22 June 2022

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities

Activity

Sell/Serve/Consume FoodDrink

Location

Licensed area (see plan)

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

22:00

Tuesday

10:00

22:00

Wednesday

10:00

22:00

Thursday

10:00

22:00

Friday

10:00

22:00

Saturday

10:00

22:00

Sunday

10:00

22:00

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must do so by EMAIL to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.Please use the subject line PAVEMENT LICENCE.

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

Representations must be received no later than 08/07/2022.

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

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Full Pavement Licence - The Library

Our Reference: WK/222005950

Type of Application: Full Pavement Licence

Applicant: Bar Two Ltd

Location: The Library, 1 St George Gate, Doncaster, DN1 1LE

Date Published: 23 June 2022

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities

Activity

Sell/Serve/Consume FoodDrink

Location

Licensed area (see plan)

 

From

To

Monday

10:00

22:00

Tuesday

10:00

22:00

Wednesday

10:00

22:00

Thursday

10:00

22:00

Friday

10:00

22:00

Saturday

10:00

22:00

Sunday

10:00

22:00

 

 

The postal address of the relevant licensing authority is set out below and a record of the application may be inspected there during normal office hours.

 

Anyone who wishes to make representations regarding this application must do so by EMAIL to licensing@doncaster.gov.uk.Please use the subject line PAVEMENT LICENCE.

 

Please ensure representations are clear and legible and include your full contact details including name and address.

 

Representations must be received no later than 20/07/2022.

 

You should note that in making a representation your personal details may be released to the applicant and could form part of public documents.

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Last updated: 23 June 2022 10:38:07