Licensing Sub Committee of Corporate Services Committee
11 April 2005
IRVINE, 11 April 2005 - At a Meeting of the Licensing Sub Committee of the Corporate Services Committee of North Ayrshire Council at 2.00 p.m.
David Munn, John Moffat, Jane Gorman, Elizabeth McLardy, Alan Munro and Donald Reid.
K. Walsh, Solicitor (Licensing and District Court) and M. McCann, Administrative Assistant (Legal and Protective); and M. Anderson, Corporate and Democratic Support Officer (Chief Executive's).
Also In Attendance
Superintendent I Henderson, Strathclyde Police.
Councillor Munn in the Chair.
Apologies for Absence
Gordon Clarkson, Robert Rae and Ian Richardson.
1. Gaming Act 1968: Applications for Permits
Submitted report by the Assistant Chief Executive (Legal and Protective) on applications received under Section 34 of the Gaming Act 1968 for permits for gaming machines.
The Sub Committee agreed to approve the following applications:-
D. Cocozza 1 machine (Renewal)
12 Townhead Street
J. Newton 50 machines (Renewal)
22 Stuart Street
Murray Gillies & Wilson 2 machines (Renewal)
agents for Shuttle Leisure Limited
The Base Bowl
60 Hamilton Street
Hennessy Bowie & Co 80 machines (Renewal)
agents for The Windmill Leisure Centre
Saltcoats2. Exclusion of Public
The Sub Committee resolved, in terms of Section 50A(4) of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973, to exclude from the Meeting the press and the public for the following item of business on the grounds indicated in terms of Paragraphs 6, 13 and 14 of Schedule 7A of the Act.
3. Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982: Applications for Licences
Submitted report by the Assistant Chief Executive (Legal and Protective) on (a) applications for the grant or renewal of licences; and (b) Hearings which required to be determined by the Sub Committee.
The Sub Committee agreed to dispose of these matters as indicated in the attached Appendix LS1.
4. Chair's Remarks
The Chair, on behalf of the Sub Committee, expressed his appreciation of the support provided to the Sub Committee by Morag Leck, Chief Legal Officer (Licensing and District Court) who is leaving the Council's employment and offered her his best wishes for the future.