Agenda and minutes

Licensing Sub-Committee - Wednesday, 5th April, 2023 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield, EN1 3XA

Contact: Jane Creer 

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Review Application - Tables and Chairs Licence pdf icon PDF 4 MB

Review Application – Tables and Chairs Licence

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The Licencing Team RECEIVED the application for a new tables and chairs licence from Mr Ilir Hasani at the premises known as and situated at Eagles Hill, 49 Cannon Hill, London, N14 6LH.




1.    The Introduction by Ellie Green, Principal Licensing Officer, including:


a.    The premises situated at 49 Cannon Hill has been known under various different names, such as: Meze Café Bar, Siegy Mariase, The Meze Bar, Pasticcio, Le’Kara and now the Eagles Hill. The nature of the premises has always been of a café/bar/restaurant nature.

b.    On 16 November 2009, Mr Feral Birdane was granted a street trading (tables and chairs) licence (to be referred to from now as the tables and chairs licence), under the London Local Authorities Act 1990. The application was advertised and consulted upon, and no objections were received.

c.    A summary of the licence: • Tables and chairs permitted to be used daily between midday and 11pm; • The licensed area was 3.5 m (width) x 1.5 m (depth), permitting 5 tables and 10 chairs.

d.    Tables and chairs licence LN/200900514 was renewed annually until it expired on 31/03/2014, as it was not renewed by Mr Birdane.

e.    Tables and chairs licence LN/20090051 was not subject to any review or prosecution action.

f.     The Eagles Hill is currently licensed under the Licensing Act 2003 and has been since the licensing conversion in 2005 from the former licensing regime. Premises licence LN/201800758 was transferred to Mr Ilir Hasani as the new premises licence holder on 7 February 2023. Mr Hasani also became the named Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) at this time.

g.    Since Mr Hasani become the premises licence holder, he applied for a variation of the premises licence to permit alcohol sales (on supply) and opening to be consistent throughout the week, namely 11pm. The premises was previously closed on Mondays and closed at 10pm the remaining days - Sunday to Wednesday. Slightly reduced hours to allow drinking up time on the days to be varied, plus conditions were sought through representation by the Licensing Authority and the Police. Those were agreed by Mr Hasani.

h.    A total of 7 local councillors and residents objected to the variation application but in this instance were not deemed relevant for the variation application. As a result of no outstanding valid representations, the variation application was granted on 14 March 2023.

i.      A summary of Premises licence LN/201800758: • Opening hours: 06:00 to 23:00 daily; • Sale of alcohol (on supply): Sunday to Wednesday 08:00 to 22:30, Thursday to Saturday 08:00 to 23:00.

j.      On the plan attached to Premises licence LN/201800758, which forms part of the authorisation under the licence, the licensed area (historically) includes the outside area to the front of the premises. Therefore, it is deemed that on supply alcohol sales are permitted in any outside area (in line with the plan), subject to the additional benefit of a tables and chairs licence.

k.    Conditions of the premises licence can be found  ...  view the full minutes text for item 3.