Agenda and draft minutes

Licensing Sub-Committee - Wednesday, 3rd August, 2022 10.00 am

Venue: Virtual Teams Meeting

Contact: Michelle Cutler Email: Democratic Services  Email:


No. Item


Election of Chair

To elect a Chair of this meeting of the Licensing Sub-Committee.


RESOLVED that Councillor Judes Butt be elected Chairman of the Sub-Committee for the duration of the meeting.


Voting: Unanimous




To receive any apologies for absence from Members.


There were no apologies received.


The Chair thanked the reserve member, Cllr T Johnson, for his attendance at the start of the meeting.


Declarations of Interests

Councillors are requested to declare any interests on items included in this agenda. Please refer to the workflow on the preceding page for guidance.

Declarations received will be reported at the meeting.


There were no declarations of interest.


Application for Premises Licence at Late Night Store, 690-692 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH7 6BY pdf icon PDF 149 KB

An application has been received for a new premises licence for the premises known as ‘Late Night Store’, 690-692 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth BH7 6BY. 


This matter is brought before the Licensing Sub Committee for determination.

Additional documents:


The Chairman advised that this item had been withdrawn as Dorset Police had withdrawn its representation and therefore a hearing was no longer required.


Application for Premises Licence for Maxi Market, 673-675 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth pdf icon PDF 133 KB

An application for a new premises licence has been received for the premises know as ‘Maxi Market’, 673 – 675 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth.


This matter is brought before the Licensing Sub Committee for determination.

Additional documents:




From BCP Council:

Sarah Rogers – Senior Licensing Officer

Mary Almeida – Legal Advisor to the Sub-Committee

Michelle Cutler – Clerk to the Sub-Committee

Louise Smith – Democratic and Overview and Scrutiny Officer, observing


The Chair made introductions and explained the procedure for the hearing which was agreed by all parties.


The Chairman noted that correspondence had been received late the previous day from Mr Simms, Laceys Solicitors, representing the applicant, in the form of various emails to show that attempts at mediation had been made with the solicitor representing some of those who had made representations, however, mediation had been unsuccessful. 


An email had also been received from Mr Payne, LSL Solicitors, representing 6 objectors, advising that he had received instructions not to attend the hearing because of the associated cost to private individuals, however, he asked that the sub-committee carefully consider the application and the proposals for conditions that had been advanced by both parties.


The Chairman noted that Mr Somannolla had withdrawn his objection prior to the hearing and would no longer be attending.   


The Licensing Officer presented a report, a copy of which had been circulated and a copy of which appears as Appendix A to these minutes in the Minute Book.


The Sub-Committee was asked to consider an application for a new premises licence following the receipt of representations from six ‘other persons’ against the application on the grounds that it would undermine the prevention of crime and disorder, prevention of public nuisance and protection of children from harm licensing objectives.


No representations had been received from any of the other responsible authorities.


The following persons attended the hearing and addressed the Sub- Committee to expand on the points made in their written submissions:


Mr Byron Simms, Laceys Solicitors – Representing the Applicant

Krzystof Dziebowski – Director of applicant company


The Sub-Committee asked various questions of all parties present and were grateful for the responses received. All parties had the opportunity to ask questions. All parties were invited to sum up before the Sub-Committee retired to make its decision. Before concluding the hearing, the Legal Advisor advised all parties of the right of appeal.


RESOLVED that the application to permit the sale of alcohol between 08:00hrs and 23:00hrs each day of the week, for “off sales” only, for the premises known as ‘Maxi Market’ 673-675, Bournemouth dated 8th June 2022, be GRANTED.

This Premises Licence is granted subject to all of the conditions offered in the operating schedule in part M of the application.

In addition, the following conditions, offered by the applicant during the hearing and imposed by the Sub-Committee on deliberation, shall be attached to the Licence:

  1. A digital CCTV system shall be installed to cover all public parts of the premises and the immediate external areaand thereafter maintained in good working order.
  2. No waste or recyclable materials, including bottles shall be moved, removed from or placed in outside areas between 22:00 hours and 07:00 hours on the following day.  ...  view the full minutes text for item 47.