Agenda and minutes

Venue: Virtual Zoom Meeting

Contact: Committee Services 

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Election of Chairman for the meeting


Councillor Philip Martin was elected Chairman for the meeting. 


Declarations of interest

Members of the Council should declare any interests which fall under the following categories:


a)       disclosable pecuniary interests (DPI)

b)       other significant interests (OSI)

c)       voluntary announcements of other interests

Supporting documents:


There were no declarations of interest. 


An application for a Review of a Premises Licence in respect of: Spicy Touch, 15 Station Road, Lyminge, Kent, CT18 8HS

This report outlines the application made by Home Office - Immigration Enforcement, for a Review of the Premises Licence at a restaurant in Lyminge following enforcement action taken by them. The Licensing Sub-Committee must determine the outcome for the application.

Supporting documents:


The report outlined the application made by the Home Office – Immigration Enforcement, for a review of the premises licence at a restaurant in Lyminge following enforcement action taken by them.  The Licensing Sub-Committee were asked to determine the outcome of the application. 


Mrs Briony Williamson, Licensing Specialist, presented the report and also advised that the Immigration Officer had sent his apologies as he was unable to attend today’s meeting. 


Based on the details of the report and the licensing objective – the prevention of crime and disorder – being undermined, the committee considered the options available to them. 


Proposed by Councillor John Collier

Seconded by Councillor Philip Martin and



That in order to promote the crime prevention licensing objective and prevent illegal working the Premises Licence is revoked.


(Voting: For 3; Against 0; Abstentions 0)