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To report any changes to the membership.
1.1 There were no changes to the membership.
Declarations of Interest
To receive declarations by Members and Officers of the existence and nature of any pecuniary interests or any other significant interest in matters on this agenda.
2.1 There were no declarations of interest.
Vanity Bar and Nightclub, Basement to First Floor, 4 Carlisle Street, W1D 3BJ
WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL LICENSING SUB-COMMITTEE NO.4 (“the Committee”)
Licensing Review Decision
Monday 9th January 2023
Membership: Councillor Angela Piddock (Chair), Councillor Concia Albert and Councillor Caroline Sargent
Vanity Bar and Nightclub, Basement to 1st Floor, 4, Carlisle Street W1D 3BJ (the Premises) - 22/11860/LIREVX
PC Reaz Guerra
PC Dave Morgan
Mr Gary Grant (Counsel)
Mr Manpal Clair, Director Vanity License Ltd the PLH
Luke Elford (John Gaunt and Partners)
Andrew Bamber (Licensing Consultant)
Cllr Paul Fisher - Local Ward Councillor and Deputy Cabinet Member (Licensing and Public Protection)
Richard Brown representing:
The Soho Society: Tim Lord
The Soho Ward Panel: Jane Doyle
Dugdale: local resident
Activities and Hours
The Premises is a
venue which provides lap dancing and other regulated entertainment,
including music, dancing and the sale of alcohol.
At the start of the hearing the Chair introduced the
Members of the Committee, identified the parties attending the
hearing who wished to speak and outlined the procedure for the
hearing. No declarations of interest
were made and all parties in attendance were given ample time to
present their submissions.
2. The Chair noted that the committee report and additional information pack consisted of the application for Review together with a large bundle of crime data in support of the MPS’s case and which totalled over 650 pages; a further bundle of evidence of over 360 pages was submitted by the PLH. There was also video footage in support of both parties’ case.
The Chair confirmed that the Committee had
considered all the written and video evidence.
The Committee recognised that the Interim Steps
Hearing took place on 15 December 2022.
The full decision of that hearing appears at pages 520 - 524 of the committee papers.
5. The Committee was mindful that this hearing was a two stage process, ... view the full minutes text for item 1.