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Venue: Committee Room 4, Town Hall, Upper Street, N1 2UD

Contact: Jackie Tunstall  020 7527 3068

Items
No. Item

216.

Introductions and procedure

Minutes:

Councillor Gary Poole welcomed everyone to the meeting and officers and members introduced themselves.  It was noted that the procedure for the conduct of the meeting was detailed in the agenda papers.

217.

Apologies for absence

Minutes:

None.

218.

Declarations of substitute members

Minutes:

None.

219.

Declarations of interest

If you have a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest* in an item of business:

§  if it is not yet on the council’s register, you must declare both the existence and details of it at the start of the meeting or when it becomes apparent;

§  you may choose to declare a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest that is already in the register in the interests of openness and transparency. 

In both the above cases, you must leave the room without participating in discussion of the item.

 

If you have a personal interest in an item of business and you intend to speak or vote on the item you must declare both the existence and details of it at the start of the meeting or when it becomes apparent but you may participate in the discussion and vote on the item.

 

*(a)     Employment, etc - Any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for profit or gain.

(b) Sponsorship - Any payment or other financial benefit in respect of your expenses in carrying out duties as a member, or of your election; including from a trade union.

(c) Contracts - Any current contract for goods, services or works, between you or your partner (or a body in which one of you has a beneficial interest) and the council.

(d) Land - Any beneficial interest in land which is within the council’s area.

(e) Licences- Any licence to occupy land in the council’s area for a month or longer.

(f) Corporate tenancies - Any tenancy between the council and a body in which you or your partner have a beneficial interest.

 (g) Securities - Any beneficial interest in securities of a body which has a place of business or land in the council’s area, if the total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that body or of any one class of its issued share capital. 

 

This applies to all members present at the meeting.

 

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

220.

Order of Business

Minutes:

The order of business would be as the agenda.

221.

Minutes of Previous Meetings pdf icon PDF 71 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED

That the minutes of the meetings held on the 16 January 2018 and the 5 February 2018 be confirmed as a correct record and the Chair be authorised to sign them.

222.

Chipotle Mexican Grill, 334 Upper Street, N1 0PB - Premises licence variation pdf icon PDF 3 MB

Minutes:

The licensing officer reported that a representation from a local resident had been circulated.  Papers had also been circulated from the applicant. These would be interleaved with the agenda papers. He reported that there was also to be an additional condition included that, the sale of alcohol off the premises would be limited to sales of alcohol which accompanied take away food and to any area approved for a tables and chairs licence by Islington Council.

 

The applicant’s representative outlined the amendments made to the application following consultation with residents as follows:-

Off sales would be permitted only a) as part of a telephone call or internet sales or b) to areas with tables and chairs outside.

Off sales would be from 10am – 11pm on Monday to Saturday and from 12 noon to 11pm on Sunday.

Delivery collections would be through the front door on Upper Street only.

 

One local resident raised concerns regarding the tables and chairs at the rear of the premises and asked that they be brought in at 6pm and that the door at the rear remain shut after 8pm. They asked that Deliveroo drivers be asked to go along Upper Street and not Camden Passage. They stated that the premises sold only beer and margaritas currently and were concerned that if the premises was taken over this may change. A second resident raised concerns regarding the rear area and the cumulative impact of granting this variation as it would add to the existing impact and should not be ignored.  The closing of the rear door should be agreed for 8pm and it was stated that the use of motorbikes along Camden Passage was illegal.

 

In response to questions it was stated that a licence for the front table and chairs had been renewed for 3 tables and 12 chairs although only 2 tables and 8 chairs were used.  This licence had existed for five years.  The small area at the back with tables and chairs was owned by the applicant and therefore a licence was not required. A resident stated that the steps were very steep at the rear and could be dangerous for deliveries.

 

The applicant’s representative stated that condition 3 could be amended to exclude a bottle of wine per takeaway meal.  He stated that the use of the back door was not part of an off sales application however would be pleased to offer closure of the door at 9pm and removal of tables and chairs to alleviate resident’s concerns.  In response to questions he stated that a contact number could be provided to residents following the meeting.

 

In summary, the local resident stated that chairs at the rear were offered to be removed at 9pm but asked the Sub-Committee to note that that this was three hours longer than the Elk had been granted.

 

RESOLVED

1)     That the application for a premises licence variation, in respect of Chipotle Mexican Grill, 334 Upper Street, N19 0PB be granted to allow the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 222.

223.

Afasika Bar and Restaurant, 152 Seven Sisters Road, N7 7PL pdf icon PDF 18 MB

Minutes:

The Sub-Committee noted that this item had been adjourned to a future meeting.