Cambridge City Council

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Licence Registers Details

  • Licence forThe Co-operative, 44A Mill Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2AS 
  • Licence HolderCo-operative Group Food Limited  
  • Licence TypePremises Licence 
  • Application Date22nd February 2021
  • Representations By 22nd March 2021
  • StatusNew Application In Progress 

Licence Conditions

LICENSING APPLICATION RECEIVED UNDER LICENSING ACT 2003 FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE. Convenience store open seven days a week selling groceries, sundry items and alcohol for consumption off the premises The applicant intends to take the following steps to promote the four licensing objectives; a) General - The applicant has given thought to the potential impact of the grant of this application on the four licensing objectives and having regarding to the locality, the fact that the premises falls within the cumulative impact area of Cambridge City Council and discussions and agreement with the Police, considers that the following conditions are appropriate. b) The prevention of Crime and Disorder The hours during which alcohol is sold on the premises shall be 1100 to 2000 Monday to Sunday inclusive. There shall be a minimum of 2 Personal Licence holders employed at the premises. A Security Guard (SIA registered) shall be deployed at the premises during the hours when alcohol is permitted to be sold. There shall be no sale of beer, lager or cider with an ABV content of 5.5% or above except for specialist branded premium priced products or products agreed by the Police. A maximum of 10% of the trading area of the store shall be used for the display of alcohol at any time. There shall be no advertising of alcohol products in either the shop front windows or the exterior of the premises. Members of staff and security staff employed at the premises will not knowingly permit entry to the premises to anyone who is intoxicated. The Premises Licence Holder shall operate a Challenge 25 policy. The only forms of acceptable identification shall be a photo driving licence, a passport, ID incorporating the PASS logo, military ID or any other form of ID approved by the Secretary of State. The store will display signage in prominent positions in areas to which customers have access notifying them of the Challenge 25 policy. Sales of alcohol will always be processed through the store's tills which will be programmed so that a prompt will appear reminding staff of their responsibilities under the Licensing Act 2003. Staff will have to respond to the till prompt to affirm and continue with any sale of alcohol. The DPS shall ( or other member of staff as appropriate ) participate in Cambridge Business Against Crime (CAMBAC) (as long as it exists or similar scheme). A CAMBAC Radio shall be in use at all times the premises are open to the public and monitored by staff. A CCTV system shall be in operation at the premises and which shall provide coverage of all areas to which customers have access, including the entrance. The CCTV system shall record footage when the premises is open for licensable activities. CCTV equipment must be maintained in good working order, be correctly time and date stamped and must be retained for a minimum period of 31 consecutive days. The CCTV at the entrance and exit will record a clear facial image of every person entering or leaving in any light condition. A member of staff will be present when the premises is conducting a licensable activity who is capable and competent in the use of the CCTV system and downloading CCTV footage and be able to provide such footage to the Police or Local Authority on request and in an easily downloadable format. No customers in possession of opened bottles of alcoholic shall be admitted to premises. Clear, prominent and legible notices shall be displayed at the exit requesting that customers respect the needs of the local residents and leave the premises and area quietly No single cans of beer, cider or lager shall be sold at the premises except specialist branded premium priced products or products agreed by the Police. 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. It must be completed within 24 hours of the incident and will record the following: Any faults in the CCTV system, Any refusal of the sale of alcohol. Any incidents of crime and disorder at the premises. All staff engaged or to be engaged in the sale of alcohol at the premises shall receive the following training in age restricted sales: Induction training which must be completed and documented prior to the sale of alcohol by the staff member, refresher/reinforcement training at intervals of no more than 6 months. Training records will be available for inspection by the Police or authorised officer of the Local Authority on request. All staff shall be trained to record refusals of sales of alcohol in a refusals register. The register will contain: Details of the time, day and date the refusal was made, the name of the staff member refusing the sale, and a description of the person attempted to purchase. The register will be available for inspection by a Police Officer on request. c) Public safety The premises licence holder shall ensure that the appropriate fire safety, and health and safety regulations are applied at the premises d) The prevention of public nuisance A complaints procedure will be maintained, details of which will be made available in store and upon request. e) The prevention of children from harm 1. All staff will receive comprehensive training in relation to age restricted products and in particular the sale of alcohol. No member of staff will be permitted to sell age restricted products until such time as they have successfully completed the aforementioned training. 2. An age till prompt system will be utilised at the premises in respect of age restricted products. 3. A refusals register (whether kept and written or electronic form) will be maintained at the premises and will be made available for inspection upon request by an authorised Officer of the Police or the Local Authority

Operating Schedule

  • ActivitiesOpening Hours 
  • Location 
  • Max Number 
  •  Hours
  • Sunday06:00 - 23:00
  • Monday06:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday06:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday06:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday06:00 - 23:00
  • Friday06:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday06:00 - 23:00

 

  • ActivitiesSupply of Alcohol 
  • LocationOff the Premises 
  • Max Number 
  •  Hours
  • Sunday11:00 - 20:00
  • Monday11:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday11:00 - 20:00
  • Wednesday11:00 - 20:00
  • Thursday11:00 - 20:00
  • Friday11:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday11:00 - 20:00