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People & communities City Centre - Current Licence Applications

Rembrandt Hotel

Application Type:

Premises Licence variation

Reference:

207942/RP5

Premises:

Rembrandt Hotel, 33 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3LZ

Applicant:

JW Lees & Co (Brewers) LTD

Description of proposed variation

The proposed changes are as follows:

  • Amend the hours of retail sale of alcohol to the new times of 10h00 to 06h00 –
  • Amend the hours of Films, Live Music, Recorded Music, Performance of dance and anything similar to live music, recorded music or the performance of dance to the new times of 10h00 to 06h00
  • Amend the hours of Late Night Refreshment to the new times of 23h00 to 05h00
  • Amend the hours the premises is open to the public to the new times of 10h00 to 06h00
  • Remove special condition 79 which reads 'There shall not be any happy hour or similar promotions in respect of the sale or supply of alcohol at the premises'

Proposed hours and licensable activities

Provision of regulated entertainment (films, live music, recorded music, performances of dance):

Current hours: Mon to Sat 1900 to 0200

Current hours: Sunday 1900 to 2400

Proposed hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0600

Anything of a similar description to live music, recorded music or performances of dance:

Current hours: Mon to Sat 1100 to 0100

Current hours: Sunday 1200 to 0200

Proposed hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0600

 

Provision of late night refreshment:

Current hours: Mon to Sun 2300 to 0230

Proposed hours: Mon to Sun 2300 to 0500

 

Supply of alcohol for consumption both on and off the premises:

Current hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0300

Proposed hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0600

 

Opening hours:

Current hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0330

Proposed hours: Mon to Sun 1000 to 0600

 

Steps to promote licensing objectives

  1. GENERAL — ALL FOUR LICENSING OBJECTIVES

The last time of entry into the premises will be observed as 04h30.

  1. THE PREVENTION OF CRIME AND DISORDER

The premises shall install and maintain a comprehensive digital CCTV system. All public areas of the licensed premises, including all public entry and exit points, will be covered and enabling facial identification of every person entering in any light condition. The CCTV cameras shall continually record while the premises are open to the public and recordings shall be kept available and unedited for a minimum period of 28 days with date and time stamping. A staff member who is conversant with the operation of the CCTV system shall be present on the premises at all times when they are open to the public and must be able to produce CCTV images upon request by a Police Officer or an Authorised Officer of the Licensing Authority. Any footage must be in a format that can be played back on a standard personal computer or standard DVD player.

  1. PUBLIC SAFETY

At least one SIA accredited frontline supervisor to be on duty every evening until closing time, starting from 21h00 on Friday and Saturday, and from 22h00, Sunday - Thursday. The need for additional door supervisors to be risk assessed by the DPS on an ongoing basis.

  1. THE PREVENTION OF PUBLIC NUISANCE

See Current Licence

  1. THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM HARM

See Current Licence

 

The application is in consultation until midnight on 06/03/2018.

Any person wishing to comment on the application must submit their views in writing to the Licensing Unit no later than this date. These can be submitted by email to premises.licensing@manchester.gov.uk.

Any comments must be relevant to the likely effect of granting the application on the promotion of the four licensing objectives:

  • The prevention of crime and disorder
  • The prevention of public nuisance
  • Public safety

The protection of children from harm
 

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