Licensing Sub-Committee - Tuesday, 10th May, 2022 11.00 am

Venue: Kenn Room

Contact: Michele Chesterman 

No. Item


Election of Chairman for the meeting (Agenda item 1)


Apologies for absence and notification of substitutes (Agenda item 2)


Declaration of Disclosable Pecuniary Interest (Standing Order 37) (Agenda item 3)

A Member must declare any disclosable pecuniary interest where it relates to any matter being considered at the meeting. A declaration of a disclosable pecuniary interest should indicate the interest and the agenda item to which it relates. A Member is not permitted to participate in this agenda item by law and should immediately leave the meeting before the start of any debate.


If the Member leaves the Chamber in respect of a declaration, he or she should ensure that the Chairman is aware of this before he or she leaves to enable their exit from the meeting to be recorded in the minutes in accordance with Standing Order 37.



Adoption of hearing procedure (Agenda item 4) pdf icon PDF 184 KB


Exclusion of the press and public (Agenda item 5)

The Sub-Committee will be invited to pass the following resolutions:


(1) That the press, public and officers are not required by the Members, the Chief Executive or the Director, to remain during the exempt session, be excluded from the meeting during consideration of the following item of business on the ground that its consideration will involve the disclosure of exempt information as defined in Section 1001 of the Local Government Act 1972, by virtue of paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Act


Also, if appropriate, the following resolution should be passed –


(2) That Members of the Council who are not members of this Sub-Committee be invited to remain”.


Application for a Private Hire Driver's Licence - Case No 08-2021-22 (Exempt Item) (Agenda item 6)

Report of the Director of Public Health


Application for a Private Hire Driver's Licence - Case No 09-2021-22 (Exempt Item) (Agenda item 7)

Report of the Director of Public Health


Urgent business permitted by the Local Government Act 1972 (Agenda item 8)

For a matter to be considered as an urgent item, the following question must be addressed: “What harm to the public interest would flow from leaving it until the next meeting”.  If harm can be demonstrated, then it is open to the Chairman to rule that it be considered as urgent.  Otherwise the matter cannot be considered urgent within the statutory provisions.