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Licensing & Enforcement Sub Committee Agenda
8 May 2012

Contact: Chris Lane
Phone: (01395) 5175414


A meeting of the Licensing & Enforcement Sub Committee will be held on the above date at 9.30am, in the Committee Room, Sidmouth to consider the matters detailed on the agenda below.

Mark R Williams
Chief Executive

Members of the public are welcome to attend this meeting. Due to the requirements of the Licensing Act 2003 only parties to the hearing are permitted to address the sub-committee (through their representative as appropriate).


1 To receive the minutes of the meeting held on PDF file 24 April 2012 (35KB Portable Document Format - 25 April 2012 - PDF Help).
2 To receive any apologies for absence.
3. To receive any declarations of interest from items on the agenda.
4 To consider any items which in the opinion of the Chairman, should be dealt with as matters of urgency because of special circumstances.
(Note: such circumstances need to be recorded in the minutes; any Member wishing to raise a matter under this item is
requested to notify the Chief Executive in advance of the meeting.)

To consider an application for a premises licence to be granted under the Licensing Act 2003 - To extend the permitted hours of the sale of alcohol off the premises at Coop Stores, 2 - 4 Yonder Street, Ottery St Mary.

PDF file Appendix (17KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Appendix (13KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Appendix (9KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Appendix (10KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

PDF file Appendix (12KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

6 PDF file Schedule of applications for Sub Committee approval where an agreed position has been reached and all parties have agreed a hearing is unnecessary. (75KB Portable Document Format - 01 May 2012 - PDF Help)

Members Remember!

You must declare any personal or prejudicial interests in an item before it is discussed. Make sure you say the reason for your interest as this has to be included in the minutes. If your interest is prejudicial you must leave the room. You also need to declare when you are subject to the party whip, again before the matter is discussed

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