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Speak In Code

Application Type: Premises Licence minor variation

Reference: 282064/AM2

Premises: Speak In Code, 16 Lloyd Street, Manchester, M2 5ND

Applicant: Cocktail Takeover Ltd

Description of proposed variation as given by the applicant:

Removal of condition 9 Annex 3:

On days when the premises trades beyond midnight, SIA registered door staff shall be employed at the premises at a ratio of 1:100 from 10pm onwards. At all other times, SIA registered door staff shall be employed in accordance with a risk assessment, to be carried out by the DPS. When employed, door staff will wear high visibility armbands

Proposed Condition:

On days when the premises trades beyond 1am, door supervisors shall be employed at the premises at a ratio of 1:100 from 10pm onwards. When employed, door supervisors will wear high visibility armbands
At all other times, door supervisors shall be employed by the premises based upon a risk assessment carried out in relation to the following factors:
(i)   Size of the venue
(ii)  Expected attendance
(iii) Type of event taking place
(iv)  Location of the premises
(v)   Time of year
(vi)  Special occasion (New Year, Halloween, Local events etc.)

The Designated Premises Supervisor must complete the ACT:Awareness training and ACT:Operational or ACT:Strategic training course within 28 days of the grant or variation of the licence. Should the Designated Premises Supervisor named on the licence change, the new Designated Premises Supervisor must complete those courses within 28 days of being named on the licence

Consultation and comments:

The application is in consultation until midnight on 23/11/2022.

Any comments must be made in writing to premises.licensing@manchester.gov.uk no later than 23/11/2022 and outline your reasons for making the representation, including any supporting information.

Comments must be relevant to how you think the granting of the application would affect the promotion of the four licensing objectives below:

  • The prevention of crime and disorder
  • Public safety
  • The prevention of public nuisance
  • The protection of children from harm

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