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FULL PAVEMENT LICENCE - The White Swan

Our Reference: WK/221016231

Type of Application: Full Pavement Licence

Applicant: The White Swan

Location: The White Swan, 34 French Gate, Doncaster, DN1 1QQ

Date Published: 11 October 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities

Activity

Sell/Serve/Consume FoodDrink

Location

See Plan

 

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

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 27/10/2021.

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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Variation - International Food Centre

Our Reference: WK/221017368

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Eylem Limited, Eylem Limited

Location: International Food Centre, 30 Nether Hall Road, Doncaster, DN1 2PW

Date Published: 12 October 2021

 Description of proposed variation:

To extend the hours for Sale of Alcohol (Off) & Opening hours to 00:00 – 00:00

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 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.

Written representations must be received no later than 09/11/2021.

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.

 

 

Variation Aldi, Barnsley Road, Scawsby, Doncaster, DN5 8QE

Our Reference: WK/221017967

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Aldi Stores Ltd

Location: Aldi, Barnsley Road, Scawsby, Doncaster, DN5 8QE

Date Published: 19 October 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

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

Location

Licensed Area (See Plan)

 

From

To

Monday

06:00

00:00

Tuesday

06:00

00:00

Wednesday

06:00

00:00

Thursday

06:00

00:00

Friday

06:00

00:00

Saturday

06:00

00:00

Sunday

06:00

00:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

06:00

00:00

Tuesday

06:00

00:00

Wednesday

06:00

00:00

Thursday

06:00

00:00

Friday

06:00

00:00

Saturday

06:00

00:00

Sunday

06:00

00:00

 

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 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 16/11/2021

 

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 150-152 St Sepulchre Gate 

Our Reference: WK/221018754

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Aurel Marian Cojocaru

Location: 150-152 St Sepulchre Gate West, Doncaster, DN1 3AQ

Date Published: 28 October 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Live Music,,,, , ,

Location

WHOLE OF PREMISES

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

02:00

Tuesday

23:00

02:00

Wednesday

23:00

02:00

Thursday

23:00

02:00

Friday

23:00

02:00

Saturday

23:00

02:00

Sunday

23:00

02:00

Activity

Recorded Music,,,, , ,

Location

WHOLE OF PREMISES

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

02:00

Tuesday

23:00

02:00

Wednesday

23:00

02:00

Thursday

23:00

02:00

Friday

23:00

02:00

Saturday

23:00

02:00

Sunday

23:00

02:00

Activity

Late Night Refreshment,,,, , ,

Location

WHOLE OF PREMISES

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

02:00

Tuesday

23:00

02:00

Wednesday

23:00

02:00

Thursday

23:00

02:00

Friday

23:00

02:00

Saturday

23:00

02:00

Sunday

23:00

02:00

Activity

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

Location

WHOLE OF PREMSIES

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

02:00

Tuesday

11:00

02:00

Wednesday

11:00

02:00

Thursday

11:00

02:00

Friday

11:00

02:00

Saturday

11:00

02:00

Sunday

11:00

02:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

WHOLE OF PREMISES

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

02:20

Tuesday

11:00

02:20

Wednesday

11:00

02:20

Thursday

11:00

02:20

Friday

11:00

02:20

Saturday

11:00

02:20

Sunday

11:00

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)

In addition to the conditions below additionally the following will apply for online orders / telephone orders and deliveries.

Any sales of alcohol will be to persons over 18 and this will be validated.

A clear document trail of the order process, from order, despatch from the licensed premises and delivery to the customers

maintained(with times and signatures) these will be available for inspection by an authorised officer.

The time the alcohol is sold on the website/over the phone and the time the alcohol is delivered is within the hours stated

on the licence for the sale of alcohol.

  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

A CCTV system to the specification of South Yorkshire Police will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the

premises are open. The CCTV images will be stored for 30 days, 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.

It is considered that for the nature of the operation door supervisors will not be required however, a risk assessment will be

undertaken should unusual events takes place and if they consider it appropriate will employ the same. Where engaged,

door staff shall be licensed by the SIA.

The premises will maintain a register of refusals and incidents. Such records will be kept and made available for inspection

of the authorities Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies, and operating procedures

including evacuation procedures Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of the authorities

  1. c) Public safety

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

clear and legible notices shall be displayed at all exits requesting the public respect the needs of local residents and to leave

the premises and area quietly.

A designated member of staff will take a proactive approach to noise control, checking outside the premise to ensure that

noise is kept to a reasonable level and manage noise levels internally so as not to cause nuisance

  1. e) The protection of children from harm

Challenge 25 will be implemented

A refusals book will be maintained

Staff will be trained in relation to underage sales Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of

the authorities.

Persons under the age of 18 years must be off the premises by 21:00 hours unless accompanied by an adult or attending a

pre booked family type function / event.

 

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 24/11/2021

 

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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Victoria Snooker Club

Our Reference: WK/221019475

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Mr Mehmet Beden

Location: Victoria Snooker Club, Victoria Workshop, Coopers Terrace, Doncaster, DN1 2PX

Date Published: 05 November 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Recorded Music,,,, , ,

Location

Indoors

 

From

To

Monday

23:00

02:00

Tuesday

23:00

02:00

Wednesday

23:00

02:00

Thursday

23:00

02:00

Friday

23:00

02:00

Saturday

23:00

02:00

Sunday

23:00

02:00

Activity

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

Location

Licensed Area (see plans)

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

02:00

Tuesday

11:00

02:00

Wednesday

11:00

02:00

Thursday

11:00

02:00

Friday

11:00

02:00

Saturday

11:00

02:00

Sunday

11:00

02:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

Whole of premises

 

From

To

Monday

11:00

02:20

Tuesday

11:00

02:20

Wednesday

11:00

02:20

Thursday

11:00

02:20

Friday

11:00

02:20

Saturday

11:00

02:20

Sunday

11:00

02:20

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

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

The prevention of crime and disorder

 

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

A CCTV system to the specification of South Yorkshire Police will be fitted, maintained and in use at all times whilst the

premises are open. The CCTV images will be stored for 30 days, 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.

It is considered that for the nature of the operation door supervisors will not be required however, a risk assessment will be

undertaken should unusual events takes place and if they consider it appropriate will employ the same. Where engaged,

door staff shall be licensed by the SIA.

The premises will maintain a register of refusals and incidents. Such records will be kept and made available for inspection

of the authorities Staff will receive training on matters concerning underage sales, drugs policies, and operating procedures

including evacuation procedures Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of the authorities

 

Public safety

 

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.

 

The prevention of public nuisance

 

clear and legible notices shall be displayed at all exits requesting the public respect the needs of local residents and to leave

the premises and area quietly.

A designated member of staff will take a proactive approach to noise control, checking outside the premise to ensure that

noise is kept to a reasonable level and manage noise levels internally so as not to cause nuisance

 

The protection of children from harm

 

Challenge 25 will be implemented

A refusals book will be maintained

Staff will be trained in relation to underage sales Records of such training will be kept and made available for inspection of

the authorities.

Persons under the age of 18 years must be off the premises by 21:00 hours unless accompanied by an adult or attending a

pre booked family type function / event.

 

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 02/12/2021

 

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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New Premises Glamorize, 54 Silver Street

Our Reference: WK/221019731

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Miss Lorna Elizabeth Buckley

Location: Glamorize, 54 Silver Street, Doncaster, DN1 1HT

Date Published: 10 November 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

Opening Hours

 

From

To

Monday

08:30

00:00

Tuesday

08:30

00:00

Wednesday

08:30

00:00

Thursday

08:30

00:00

Friday

08:30

01:00

Saturday

08:30

01:00

Sunday

08:30

00:00

Activity

Recorded Music,,,, , ,

Location

Indoors

 

From

To

Monday

08:00

00:00

Tuesday

08:00

00:00

Wednesday

08:00

00:00

Thursday

08:00

01:00

Friday

08:00

01:00

Saturday

08:00

00:00

Sunday

 

 

Activity

Late Night Refreshment,,,, , ,

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

08:00

00:00

Tuesday

08:00

00:00

Wednesday

08:00

00:00

Thursday

08:00

00:00

Friday

08:00

01:00

Saturday

08:00

01:00

Sunday

08:00

00:00

Activity

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

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

00:00

Tuesday

09:00

00:00

Wednesday

09:00

00:00

Thursday

09:00

00:00

Friday

09:00

01:00

Saturday

09:00

01:00

Sunday

09:00

00:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

If New Years Eve falls on a weekday, then I would like the license to be until 1am.

If New Years Eve falls on a weekday, then I would like the license to be until 1am.

If New Years Eve falls on a weekday, then I would like the license to be until 1am.

 

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

A Small Commercial property on Silver street, next door to China Palace with glass window & door frontage. The entrance is on the right of the building, stairs opposite the door on the same side. You enter straight into a small main room with seating and tables, with a bar at the back and a doorless doorway to storage under the stairs. Up the stairs you come to a small landing with a lockable door to a room on the left that is used for storage/office and holds the CCTV monitor & recording equipment. There is also an open doorway on the landing to a sink and 2 toilet cubicles. Then a walkway between the toilet entrance and locked room to another smaller room with seating that overlooks the

street.

 

Outside will be the alfresco area (510x230cm)

Estimated capacity = 60

 

  1. A) General - All Licensing Objectives:

 

  • I will make sure to comply with each of the steps listed in each category.
  • Alcohol and caffeine will not be served to anyone showing signs of intoxication. Only water or soft drinks will be offered.

(Unless they are showing signs it could be more than alcohol related, in which case they will be asked to leave the premises instantly in order to protect staff and customers.)

  • Refusals will be recorded and available to view when required.

 

  1. B) The Prevention of Crime and Disorder:

 

  • I will be joining pubwatch and hiring radios in order to report any instances of crime and disorder happening within the

venue, including the front outside.

  • An S.I.A registered door supervisor will be hired if any event is happening in the town that might cause issues. (at peak

times and/or if I feel one is needed)

  • 24 hour CCTV will be installed on both the inside and outside of the premises and provided if needed by police. Notices of CCTV use will be displayed at the entrance, and inside.
  • Alcohol & soft drinks will be served in toughened glasses or plastic and all empty glasses/ bottles will be collected and

disposed of as soon as they've been consumed.

  • A proof of age policy will be followed and adhered to and ID will be requested.
  • Irresponsible drink promotions will not be permitted.
  • We have an anti-drugs policy and any found on the premises will be confiscated and the police will be notified.

 

  1. C) Public Safety:

 

  • The premises will have current and suitable liability insurance. A certificate will be displayed.
  • First aid equipment and materials will be available at all times on the premises.
  • I will make sure staff are trained in First Aid, or "what to do in an emergency" resources will be available for those who

aren't.

  • Emergency lighting is installed and will be regularly maintained and records will be kept.
  • A Fire Risk Assessment will be completed and record will be kept and produced on request.
  • All fire fighting equipment and alarms will be inspected and certificates will be kept.
  • Any upholstered seating/décor will be fire retardant and will comply with current safety regulation and will not obstruct

the exit.

  • Notices detailing the actions to be taken in the event of a fire (including evacuation) will be prominently displayed &

maintained in good condition.

  • Electric appliances will be PAC tested and inspected to make sure they're in full working order.
  • Free drinking water will be available at all times.
  • Numbers to all local taxis will be available and staff will arrange one if required.
  • Personal safety campaigns will be displayed.
  • There will be a No Smoking policy throughout the premises.
  • Anyone seen with their shoes off will be required to put them back on.

 

  1. D) The Prevention of Public Nuisance:

 

  • A Noise management plan will be devised and will be in operation at the premises.
  • The playing of any music outside the venue will not be permitted after 23:00
  • All bins/recycling containers will be cleaned and disinfected regularly to limit any noxious smells.
  • Any external lighting will be directed away from adjacent occupiers.
  • Ashtrays will be placed outside for customers to use and will be emptied daily.
  • Staff will clear any litter outside the property before opening/ during the day if seen when

collecting empties from the alfresco area and on closing.

 

  1. E) The Protection of Children From Harm:

 

  • The premises will have clear signs displayed to restrict people under 18 years of age from entering after 8pm. Unless a

parent/guardian has requested beforehand and the child is never left unaccompanied.

  • If a child is in the premises, we will make sure to keep the music age appropriate.
  • A proof of age policy that has been agreed by the police will be in operation at all times.

 

 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

 

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.

 

Variation Walkers Nurseries, Mosham Road

Our Reference: WK/221019820

Type of Application: Premises (LAct 2003)

Applicant: Walkers Nurseries Limited

Location: Walkers Nurseries, Mosham Road, Blaxton, Doncaster, DN9 3BA

Date Published: 10 November 2021

 

The proposed application is to carry out the following activities:

Activity

Perform Play,Exhibit Film,Live Music,Recorded Music, Performance of Dance, Similar to Regulated Ent,

Location

Indoors/Outdoors

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

01:00

Tuesday

09:00

01:00

Wednesday

09:00

01:00

Thursday

09:00

01:00

Friday

09:00

01:00

Saturday

09:00

01:00

Sunday

09:00

01:00

Activity

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

Location

On Sales/Off Sales

 

From

To

Monday

09:00

01:00

Tuesday

09:00

01:00

Wednesday

09:00

01:00

Thursday

09:00

01:00

Friday

09:00

01:00

Saturday

09:00

01:00

Sunday

09:00

01:00

Activity

Opening Hours,,,, , ,

Location

Whole of Premises

 

From

To

Monday

08:00

02:00

Tuesday

08:00

02:00

Wednesday

08:00

02:00

Thursday

08:00

02:00

Friday

08:00

02:00

Saturday

08:00

02:00

Sunday

08:00

02:00

 

Non-Standard Timings:

 

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

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

 

I That CCTV cameras are installed and directed at any points of sale of alcohol

2 At all times when the premises operate under the terms of the premises licence that CCTV cameras serving the premises shall:

be maintained fully operational and in good working order; make and retain clear images that include points of sale of alcohol and the facial images of the purchasers of alcohol; and show an accurate date and time of when the images were made.

3 All CCTV images shall be retained for a period of not less than 28 days and shall be made available for viewing by any police officer, community support officer or other authorised person upon request

4 Copies of CCTV recordings shall be provided in a format that can be viewed on readily available equipment without the need for specialist software.

5 No alcohol shall be sold if the CCTV equipment is inoperative for an unreasonable amount of time, without having taken steps to ensure without due delay that repairs have been commissioned.

6 The premises shall operate in accordance with the "Challenge 21" and all customers attempting to purchase alcohol who appear to be under the age of 21 shall be required to produce a valid proof of age. Notice to this effect shall be displayed in a clear and prominent position at the premises.

7 The only proof of age accepted in respect of the sale of alcohol áhall be:

a proof of age card bearing the "PASS" hologram logo;

a passport;

an EU photo driving licence; or

any other form of identification approved in writing by the Licensing Authority

8 A refusals book, or similar record, shall be kept at the premises in which must be recorded forthwith the date, time and circumstances under which any attempted purchase by a young customer has been refused. This book, or other form of record, must be made available for inspection, upon demand, by any police officer, community support officer or authorised person.

9 Staff involved with the sale of alcohol, shall receive regular training on the responsible retailing of alcohol, including the prevention of underage sales, and the use of the premises CCTV system. Such training shall take place on induction, and at once a year thereafter. Staff training shall be recorded and these records shall, on request, be made available to the Police, community safety officer or authorised person.

10 Signs shall be displayed inside the premises warning adults that it is an offence to buy alcohol on behalf of anyone under 18 years.

11 A continuing risk assessment by the DPS will be made as for the use of SIA registered door Staff.

 

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 07/12/2021

 

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

 

Last updated: 10 November 2021 11:58:00