Cambridge City Council

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Licence Registers Details

  • Licence forBrothers International Supermarket, 28 Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2AD 
  • Licence HolderAzad Sekin  
  • Licence TypePremises Licence 
  • Application Date20th April 2020
  • Representations By Consultation Period Closed
  • StatusNew Application Closed 

Licence Conditions

NEW APPLICATION RECEIVED UNDER THE LICENSING ACT 2003 FOR A PREMISES LICENCE The premises will operate as a supermarket The applicant intends to take the following steps to promote the four licensing objectives; a) General - all four licensing objectives (b,c,d,e) Cambridge is a unique town, is a tourist attraction and centre of excellence for education and research. The premises is located on Mill Road, The premises wiling to work in partnership with its neighbouring and the police, other agencies, local business and individuals towards the achievement of the licensing objectives. The premise is intend to sell alcohol of the premises, The premises is in cumulative impact area Mill Road Cambridge, the applicant is aware of the ASB in area and he will absolutely do everything he can to promote licensing objectives, not not sell known street drinker and keep notices to advise their customers to leave quietly. There are currently beggars around the area, this premises since is opne never tolerate them and the proposed DPS and premises owner will contiue to be robust on management and not sell the alcohol to street beggars and drinkers to reduce ASB in area. The applicant will accept the follow conditions. The alcohol only will sale in operation hours and the alcohol will be consumed OFF the premises. Cctv will be installed to the premises, installed the cctv system that meet the standard in 'Uk police requirements for digital cctv system'. The premises operates the "challenge 25" the proof of age scheme. The premises will open and shut at its permitted hours and the sale of alcohol or any other permitted licensing activity will not be carried out at any other time than its permitted opening hours. The premises shall install and maintain a CCTV system , s per the minimum requirements of a Police Crime Prevention Officer. All entry and exit points will be covered enabling frontal identification of every person entering in any light condition. The CCTV system shall continually record whilst the premises is open for licensable activities and during all times when customers remain on the premises. All recordings shall be stored for a minimum period of 31 days with date and time stamping. Recordings shall be made available immediately upon the request of Police or authorised officer throughout the preceding 31 day period. THE CCTV SHALL BE IN OPERATION AT ALL THE PREMISES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A MEMBER OF STAFF CAPABLE OF DOWNLOADING IMAGES FOR THE POLICE OR AUTHORISED COUNCIL OFFICERS SHALL BE ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES THE PREMISES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. NOTICES WILL BE DISPLAYED ADVISING CUSTOMERS OF THE PERMITTED HOURS. ALL STAFF WILL BE TRAINED FOR THEIR ROLE ON INDUCTION AND AT REGULAR INTERVALS OF SIX MONTHS THEREAFTER. TRAINING WILL INCLUDE IDENTIFYING PERSONS UNDER 25, MAKING A CHALLENGE, ACCEPTABLE PROOF OF AGE, MAKING AND RECORDING A REFUSAL, AVOIDING CONFLICT AND RESPONSIBLE ALCOHOL RETAILING. WRITTEN TRAINING RECORDS WILL BE KEPT. THE PREMISES WILL ACTIVELY ENGAGE WITH AND WORK WITH THE POLICE SAFER NEIGHBOURGHOOD TEAM. the premises will keep strong management controls and train all staff so they are aware of the licence and its requirement. In particular: No service of alcohol to underage people. Being vigilant to prevent disorderly behavior. b) The prevention of crime and disorder The premises is in cumulative impact area Mill Road Cambridge, the applicant make sure, Cctv will be already installed to the premises for safety and crime prevention. The DPS will undertake routine monitoring of the refusals records and record that this is being done. All staff that makes sales of alcohol receives regular training (induction and refresher). Installed cctv systems that meet the standard in 'uk police requirements for digital cctv systems' shall operate and record video images at all times that premises are open to the public and any recordings made will be retained for not less than 31 days and made available to a police officer on request. A member of staff on premises at the relevant time will be capable of operating the cctv system. c) Public safety Emergency light will be installed and fire extinguisher will be installed. The fire exit is free of any impediment or obstacle at all time of the operating hours. An incident log shall be kept at the premises, and made available on request to an authorised officer of the City Council or the Police, which will record the following: (a) all crimes reported to the venue (b) all ejections of patrons (c) any complaints received regards crime and disorder (d) any incidents of disorder (e) seizures of drugs or offensive weapons (f) any refusal of the sale of alcohoL d) The prevention of public nuisance All occasions when persons have been refused service will be recorded in a refusals book, which shall be kept at the premises for not less than 12 months. Suitable signage will be displayed at the point of exit advising customers leave the premises quietly. Deliveries to the premises shall only be made during normal working hours. e) The protection of children from harm The premises is in cumulative impact area Mill Road Cambridge, the applicant make sure to not allow any childeren under age of 16 after 22:00, Any alcohol must be sold by DPS or a person authorised be the DPS at all times. All staff who sells alcohol will be trained in the role by the DPS with regular refresher training.Records of training will be kept and made available for examining officers of the relevant authorities. Where a person appears to be under the age 25, identification in the form of passport, photo driving licence or a proof of age card bearing the pass hologram will be sought and if not provided service of alcohol will be refused. Suitable signage will be displayed at the point of entry and at the service area advising customers that the premises operates the "challenge 25"proof of age scheme.

Operating Schedule

  • ActivitiesOpening Hours 
  • Location 
  • Max Number 
  •  Hours
  • Sunday08:00 - 23:30
  • Monday08:00 - 23:30
  • Tuesday08:00 - 23:30
  • Wednesday08:00 - 23:30
  • Thursday08:00 - 23:30
  • Friday08:00 - 23:30
  • Saturday08:00 - 23:30

 

  • ActivitiesSupply of Alcohol 
  • LocationOff the premises only 
  • Max Number 
  •  Hours
  • Sunday08:00 - 23:30
  • Monday08:00 - 23:30
  • Tuesday08:00 - 23:30
  • Wednesday08:00 - 23:30
  • Thursday08:00 - 23:30
  • Friday08:00 - 23:30
  • Saturday08:00 - 23:30