{meta} Agenda for Licensing Panel (Premises) on Thursday, 17 June 2021, 11.15 am

Agenda and decisions

Venue: Two New Bailey Square, New Bailey Street, Salford, M3 5EN. View directions

Contact: Carol Eddleston, Senior Democratic Services Advisor 

No. Item


Introductions and Procedures


Licensing Act 2003 pdf icon PDF 225 KB

To consider an application for a premises licence for:


Broughton Cricket and Rugby Club,

Yew Street,


M7 2HL.

Additional documents:




Grant the Application subject to the following:-


Hours of opening


1200 hours to 2330 hours Sunday to Friday

1200 hours to 0000 hours Saturday


Sale of Alcohol


1200 hours to 2300 hours Sunday to Friday

1200 hours to 2330 hours Saturday


And the following conditions:-


When there is an event that is not organised by any member of the club there will be at least 1 SIA registered security staff working for a SIA registered security company.

When door staff are employed there will be records available for inspection by any responsible authority with regards to all security staffing working each time the premises is open. To include SIA registration number company details and contact numbers.

When door staff are employed there must be in place a security patrol plan which will include a patrol of the outside of the premises and will be made available to any Officer from any of the responsible authorities.

Door staff will conduct bag checks and use a metal detecting instrument before allowing entry to the premises.

A constant patrol of the floor by at least one member of door staff in line with the patrol plan.

Management and all staff must be trained to recognise and refuse service to customers who have consumed excessive alcohol and to identify and take appropriate action in response to incidents of crime and disorder at the premises and defuse difficult situations.

All training to be documented and recorded.

All staff including security are not to clean up, tidy or interfere with any crime scene unless directed to do so by the Police. A plan must be in place and available at all times to staff and the Police outlining what must be done to preserve the scene.

No glass or metal containers outside the premises.


CCTV cameras located to cover all areas of the premises that the Public have access to (Except Toilet area)

External CCTV cameras to cover all access and egress points and the curtilage of the building.

Maintain clear images – clean lens on regular basis, regular tests must be made on the System, and any faults be recorded in a CCTV record book and dealt with as soon as practicable.

Ensure CCTV is capable of facial recognition

CCTV easily downloadable and available to Police officers on Demand

Lighting inside and outside the premises must be complimentary to CCTV ensuring clear images

A digital hard drive CCTV system to be in operation to cover all areas of the premises to which the public have access and all external areas of the premises.

All CCTV recorded images will have sufficient clarity / quality /definition to enable facial recognition.

CCTV will be kept in unedited format for a period of 1 month, any DVDs subsequently produced will be in a format so it can be played back on standard personal computer or standard DVD player.

Any person left in charge of the premises must be trained in the use of any such CCTV  ...  view the full decision text for item 2.